Spider-Man: Miles Morales Fan Art is a Gorgeous Tribute to a Rising Hero

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales received a lovely fan poster that combines aesthetics from both the recent teaser trailer and Miles's comicbook origins.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales was recently announced for a Holiday 2020 release during Sony’s PS5 reveal conference last week. Understandably fans were excited to see Miles don his iconic black suit and take to the Manhattan skies, including one fanart by a very talented fanartist.

SneakyArts drew a beautiful fan movie-style poster for the upcoming game, incorporating the winter aesthetic from the trailer into the art. It also uses painted looking lines across major graphics to create a graffiti-ed aesthetic that enhances the visuals even more. It serves as a great callback to the recent animated movie:

And here’s the full view of the fanart here:

Insomniac Games also released some high resolution screenshots so fans can take a closer look at the lovely next-gen graphics in all its PS5 glory. And Miles’ new adventure is not the only game Insomniac revealed during the PS5 event. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart was announced with a dynamic gameplay trailer.

Recently there had been some confusion as to whether Miles Morales was a standalone title or more of a DLC expansion. Originally Simon Rutter, Sony’s EVP head of European business, spoke to the Telegraph (in an article that’s behind a paywall) and clarified that the Marvel’s Spider-Man game trailer that was shown that night was not a sequel.

However, Insomniac took to Twitter the very next day to make it extremely clear that Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a fully standalone game. That it’s not merely an expansion to the previous title, but is instead an experience all of its own.

The original Marvel’s Spider-Man title, which came out back in 2018 and starred Peter Parker, reviewed quite well with us. In fact we awarded the title a perfect score while stating “Marvel’s Spider-Man is the crown jewel of Insomniac Games’ long history of success and a true homage to one of the most beloved characters of all time.”

You can rewatch the premiere trailer below:

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Allisa James

Senior Weekend Staff Writer for DualShockers. Loves JRPGs, artbooks, and anime.

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