One Twitter user discovered a funny glitch in Spider-Man: Miles Morales that turned the title character into the Amazing Spider-Brick.
Glitches and bugs in video games are a long-running and timeless traditional in video games and Spider-Man: Miles Morales seems to be no exception. Rob Sheridan, creator of High Level Comic and co-founder of Glitch Goods, stumbled upon a hilariously ridiculous bug while playing the recently released title:
— Rob Sheridan (@rob_sheridan) November 14, 2020
Sheridan then goes on to state in a follow up tweet: “I tried to start a fight as Spider-Brick and he turned into a white cube and crashed the game. Now I’m just boring old Spider-Man again. Thanks for the memories, Spider-Brick.”
Thanks for the memories indeed, Spider-Brick. Unless Insomniac decides to bless us with a surprise update and make this glitch official.
On Twitter, 3D Character Artist and Sound Designer Dal put together an amazing short video showcasing the hero himself skimming up buildings and flying through the New York skylines. But what makes this clip even better is that Miles Morales is accompanied by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse “What’s Up Danger” song that goes incredibly well with how Dal moves the character along the snowy streets and webbing his way across structures. The song used to inspire Dal for the clip is taken from the scene “Leap of Faith” from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse where miles finally realizes he truly is Spider-Man and begins to web swing across the city.
Recently Insomniac took to social media this afternoon and announced that Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 will now be able to have saves transfer to Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. While not available at launch, Insomniac says it plans to roll this feature out in an update that will arrive around Thanksgiving, which is near the end of November. Additionally, the three new Spider-Man suits that were going to be exclusive to Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered will also now be rolling out on the PS4 version of the game as well.
As you may have seen, an exciting trailer emerged last month showing off a Miles Morales’s cel-shaded suit in which Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Spider-Man: Miles Morales crossed paths. Although the suit is described as a “launch day bonus,” late adopters need not worry. Insomniac further clarified that the suit is “earnable for everyone.” Sony launched another trailer in which we saw several shots of Miles using his trademark energy strikes to deliver some extreme force behind his blows.
If you happen to be a sneaker head, last week we reported on how Miles’ footwear had changed and instead of him wearing his iconic set of Air Jordan 1 shoes, Miles now seems to prefer red and black Adidas Superstars. Insomniac said that it wanted to honor the sneaker’s 50th anniversary in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and even is creating a real pair of these shoes that will go up for sale later this month on November 19th.
If your interested in some pretty cool Spider-Man: Miles Morales comic book covers, check out this article. The five variant covers showcase Miles Morales at different stages in his hero’s journey, of which all are tied back to the eagerly anticipated Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available right now as a PS5 launch title, alongside the PS4. If you were lucky enough to grab a PS5, you can pick the title up on Amazon here.
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