Spider-Men, Peter Parker and Miles Morales, return for an exciting new adventure in the critically acclaimed Marvel’s Spider-Man franchise for PS5.
Swing, jump and utilize the new Web Wings to travel across Marvel’s New York, quickly switching between Peter Parker and Miles Morales to experience different stories and epic new powers, as the iconic villain Venom threatens to destroy their lives, their city and the ones they love.
An evolution of the Spider-Man story
The incredible power of the symbiote forces Peter and Miles to face the ultimate test of strength, both inside and outside the mask, as they balance their lives, friendships and their duty to protect those in need.
Experience two playable Spider-Men
Quickly swap between both Spider-Men as you explore an expanded Marvel’s New York.
Battle iconic Marvel Super Villains
Fight against a variety of new and iconic villains, including an original take on the monstrous Venom, the ruthless Kraven the Hunter, the volatile Lizard and many more!
Visit an expanded Marvel’s New York
Explore a larger Marvel’s New York than ever before, featuring two new boroughs – Brooklyn and Queens – as well as locations like Coney Island and more.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is the next game in PlayStation’s critically acclaimed Marvel’s Spider-Man franchise. Developed by Insomniac Games in collaboration with Marvel Games and PlayStation for the PS5 console.
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The first few hours of Spider-Man 2 impresses with its amazing visuals and cut scenes, but the pacing is uneven. It also felt like you are playing a mini-game compilation wrapped in slick MCU-like (at its peak) presentation. That does not make it a bad game though. This is still a quality piece from Insomniac, who I think at this point is ahead of Naughty Dog among Sony's stable of teams. They've made the side quests more streamlined and therefore feel less like a chore. They are spaced so that you can complete a few of them en route to your next main story objective, thereby letting you always have some points to spend for upgrades. It truly does not feel like a grind.
Although I have my complaints, I think many will still find this game genuinely exciting and engaging. It's every bit what you expect a blockbuster AAA game to be, and you will not regret playing it.