Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the most anticipated launch titles for the PlayStation 5. But how long does it take to beat the game?
Releasing on November 12th, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a launch title for the PlayStation 5. However, a PS4 version of the game will also be available. It’s the newest superhero title from Insomniac Games, and it’s one of the most hotly anticipated PS5 launch titles. Since its initial announcement, speculation over the game’s length has been prevalent. So, just how long does it take to beat Spider-Man: Miles Morales?
When the first reveal trailer arrived for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, there was some confusion over whether or not it was DLC for Insomniac’s first Spider-Man game. Many fans were left wondering if Miles Morales was DLC or a full game – or maybe something else entirely. Not long after, developers assured fans it would be a full game, but some people still wondered how much content it would actually have.
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After official confirmation of the game’s size, a few fans were still a little skeptical. There were even reports that Spider-Man: Miles Morales would be like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. In other words, it would be a full game that was longer than traditional DLC expansions – but far shorter than the original release. With the game releasing on November 12th, the question still looms, and many people are wondering just how long of a game Spider-Man: Miles Morales actually is.
How Long It Takes To Beat Spider-Man: Miles Morales
The time it takes to beat Spider-Man: Miles Morales really depends on the player. While some people may choose to rush through the story, others will prefer to explore a bit and complete some of the game’s side content. Players who only concentrate on the story may complete the game in under 8 hours. However, people who choose to collect every Time Capsule and Post Card and 100% every District will take much longer. Still, most people will probably beat the game in around 8-10 hours.
This means Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a bit shorter than the first Spider-Man on PS4, but there’s plenty of stuff to do. The comparisons to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy seem fair, in terms of playtimes, although Miles Morales takes a bit longer to beat than The Lost Legacy does. The game may have a somewhat limited scope, but it’s still a worthy sequel.
Anyone expecting a 20-hour Spider-Man game may be disappointed in how short Spider-Man: Miles Morales is. Most people will likely beat it between 8-1o hours, though. However, fans of the original should still enjoy the time they spend with the game’s likable protagonist and comic book world.
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