Miles Morales shows up in the latest trailer for Spider-Man on PS4

Brodie Fogg 13 June 2017

New gameplay footage revealed at PlayStation's E3 2017 conference.

Correction: I got a little too excited when they first revealed Miles Morales in the new Spider-Man game. It turns out Morales will cameo, rather than don the web slinger's suit full-time. Disappointing, but it's still good to see Morales make an appearance.

Sony's PlayStation conference at E3 was brimming with juicy reveals, including a Shadow of the Colossus remake, new God of War footage and some Horizon Zero Dawn DLC. But perhaps the most anticipated game of the show was Insomniac's Spider-Man and the big mouthed webhead certainly didn't disappoint.

During the gameplay trailer, we saw a mysterious group of thugs known as the Demons trying to take their slice of Wilson Fisk's territory (who looks to be imprisoned). When Spidey chases the goons out of Fisk Tower we get a closer look at Spider-Man's gameplay.

The game's combos and web-based specials are reminiscent of some of Peter Parker's best video game outings. And even though it's a dirty word in the games industry, there's also some very cinematic QTEs (quick time events).

At the end of the trailer, we see a young Miles Morales filming Spidey's antics. Here's hoping he's got a big role to play.

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