Insomniac Games has released a sneak peek at a boss battle in Spider-Man: Miles Morales, which releases on the PS4 and PS5 next month.
With only a month to go until the PlayStation 5 releases, Insomniac Games and GameInformer have released a sneak peek at a boss battle in Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
The gameplay starts off with Peter Parker’s Spider-Man and Miles Morales as several trucks and a plane collide into each other on the street. From there, we see Rhino bust out of one of the police transport trucks. We then cut to two different areas where Miles faces off against Rhino. The first sequence shows Miles fighting Rhino outside as he knocks him down with a move called “Vemon Punch.” The second area shows Miles getting behind Rhino and steering him into a wall to knock him down. You can watch the video below.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is GameInformer’s current cover story, with a ton of new details and screenshots being released. The new screenshots feature Miles swinging around alongside a look at some new suits. Based on the screenshots and boss fight video, my excitement for Miles Morales has gone up. After platinuming Marvel’s Spider-Man back in 2018, I’m looking forward to playing Miles Morales and exploring every part of the game.
All this Miles Morales news comes as Insomniac Games announced that the game went gold last week. For those that don’t know, going gold means the main development of the game is done and it’s getting ready to be shipped to retailers. If you’re playing Miles Morales on PS4, PlayStation announced you’ll be able to transfer your save to the PS5 version. Additionally, if you want to further immersive yourself in the game’s world, there will be a prequel tie-in novel and an artbook releasing later on.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available on November 12 as a PlayStation 5 launch title, alongside the PlayStation 4. The game is available for preorder on Amazon now. As more news releases about the PS5 and Miles Morales, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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