Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is an action-adventure game based on the Marvel Comics superhero Miles Morales. It is similar to the first Marvel's Spider-Man game in mechanics although Miles Morales extends this considerably. It stands out for the level of storytelling and the large open world to explore as Spider-Man.



Strong Violence


PlayStation 5
PlayStation 4




Player vs Enemies

The narrative picks up Marvel's Spider-Man downloadable The City That Never Sleeps story where Miles Morales is bitten by a genetically-enhanced spider and gains powers. Miles is now fully in the Spider-Man role and offers a new game that although smaller in size than the original still offers a considerable experience.

When you encounter enemies in Spider-Man: Miles Morales you fight them with Spider-Man's superhero powers. This focuses on chaining attacks together and using the environment and webs to incapacitate numerous foes while avoiding damage. As you progress you unlock new moves and abilities. Like Arkham Batman Arkham the combat is exuberant and enjoyable while the wider game offers an almost endless array of different things to do in your crime-fighting character.

This adds new set pieces, villains, and quests. Also, the PlayStation 5 version offers advanced haptic feedback, real-time ray tracing effects, 3D spatial audio and reduced loading times.

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Insights to ensure your child's gaming experience remains safe and enjoyable

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Consider time investment

Adventure games often take a long time to finish. Encourage regular breaks to get moving, rest their eyes and balance their time with other activities.

Nurture key skills

Many adventure games incorporate problem solving and critical thinking, important skills for school, work and more offline. Talk to them about their game to see how it supports them and their goals.

Build resilience

Encourage children to take risks with their characters in-game to safely learn potential consequences. Talk about what might happen outside of the game and why it's important to keep those risks in-game only. While playing, encourage them to think about innovative risks their character can take.

Skill level

Suggested by Family Gaming Database

Although younger children will enjoy swinging around, the skill to progress the story and complete missions means that you need to be a bit older to really get the most from this.

Content rating

Strong Violence

Rated PEGI 16 for frequent scenes of strong violence. Gameplay is non-realistic looking, with kicks, punches and blows from objects resulting in exaggerated responses and no visible injuries. However, cut scenes feature more realistic-looking fights, with characters displaying bruising and scratches as a result of fighting. There are no blood effects. In one scene, a character is shackled to a chair and subject to electric shocks, resulting in pain noises.


There are 34 accessibility features for
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Balance Audio Levels
Play Without Hearing

Holding Down Buttons Optional
Informative Vibration
Multiple Buttons & Two Sticks
Rapid Repeated Pressing Optional
Remap Buttons
Remap One Action to Multiple Buttons
Select Preset Controller Mappings
Swap Sticks
Vibration Optional

Adjustable Anytime
Select Difficulty

Assistance With Controls
Bank Progress With Frequent Checkpoints
Reaction-Time Not Critical

Adjust Head-Up Display
Digital Menu Navigation
Game Map
Head-Up Display Navigation
Large Clear Navigation
Menus Don't Wrap
Visual Directional Cues

All Dialogue is Voice Acted (Or No Speech In Game)
All Speech Subtitled (Or No Speech In Game)
Large Clear Subtitles
Large Clear Text
Simple Minimal Reading
Speaker Indicator

Colour Adjustments
High Contrast
No Screen Shake
Outline Interactive Elements

Data by Family Gaming Database

Game details


PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC

Release date

November 12, 2020, updated in 2022

No. of players

This is a single-player game.


Action | Adventure

In-game purchases


More information: Family Gaming Database


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