The upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS4 and PS5 can be beaten in around six to eight hours according to reviewers.
Marvel’s Spider-Man which originally released on PlayStation 4 in 2018 received very high critical acclaim for its super-smooth gameplay, strong story, immersive world and stunning visuals.
It also offered a lengthy campaign which, depending on what kind of player you are, could take anything from 15 to 30 hours to complete, which varied on the amount of side-activities you participated in. It also wasn’t the most difficult game to earn the Platinum Trophy if you put in the time and effort.
However, judging by recent reviews of the new standalone story, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is considerably shorter. The game takes place following the events of the 2018 title and the main story can be completed in just six to eight hours if you rush it. Absolutely that’s not the right way to tackle a game like this though, with the game aiming to be eight-10 hours in length should you take in the sidequests and scenery.
Personally I see no issue with this campaign length because the developers at Insomniac Games have made it no secret that Miles Morales’s story will be much shorter than that of Peter Parker’s, and when you consider that this is basically a meaty standalone expansion and not a full release, it makes some sense.
It is also worth keeping in mind that this six to eight hour estimate is for the main story alone and does not include any side-missions or activities.
Our very own Brett Claxton has already beaten the game. He said: “It took me eight-nine hours. I digressed slightly from the main story and did some side quests but still got through it fairly quickly.”
In our ‘First Impressions’ preview of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales we said that it “looks stunning with all the features the PlayStation 5 can offer” and that it gives us “a glimpse of what the PlayStation 5 can do”.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release for both PS4 and PS5 from November 12th. There will also be an Ultimate Edition version on PS5 which includes a full remaster of 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man.
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