The footage was published by Game Informer, which is running a significant amount of coverage on the Insomniac title as part of its latest magazine issue.
The publication’s Miles Morales preview includes a host of additional Spider-Man Miles Morales details, including how Venom attacks work, and some of the villains Miles will use his new-found powers against.
The game is said to be entirely load-free on PS5, even if players fast travel. The next-gen version can be played in Performance Mode at 4K/60fps, or in Fidelity Mode at 4K/30fps. Fidelity features ray-tracing and other visual effects not included in Performance, which replaces ray-tracing with screen-space reflections.
Creative director Horton also suggested that story threads from the first game like the Venom and Green Goblin teases might not get resolved in this chapter.
Insomniac Games recently confirmed that Spider-Man Miles Morales saves will be transferable from PS4 to PS5. However, cross-generational saves won’t be supported between the PS4 version of Marvel’s Spider-Man and its PS5 remaster.
The PlayStation 5 release date is November 12 in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. The rest of the world will get the console a week later on November 19.