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Sony said this month that Miles Morales will be released for its current-gen console in addition to the previously announced PS5 version, with a free upgrade path between the two versions.
Insomniac Games community director James Stevenson has now confirmed that players moving from one console to the next will be able to bring their save file with them too, although it wasn’t explained exactly how this will work.
UPDATE: Insomniac has said it will offer more details about transferring saves closer to the game’s release.
ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: During a recent PS5 showcase, Sony revealed that the $70/£70 Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition will include a download code for a remastered version of PS4 game Marvel’s Spider-Man, including all three instalments of the The City That Never Sleeps DLC.
Current-gen owners who purchase the new game will be able to upgrade to the ‘standard’ next-gen version for free or pay an additional $20 fee to receive the Ultimate version which includes the remaster.
Players will have to restart Spider-Man on PS5 though as “saves won’t transfer from the original game to the Remaster,” according to Insomniac.
Morales is one of three games previously thought to be PS5 exclusives that Sony recently confirmed will also be released for PS4, including Horizon Forbidden West and Sackboy A Big Adventure.