Spider-Man: Miles Morales Players Have Collectively Spent Thousands of Years In-Game
Insomniac Games, creators of the hit PlayStation exclusive last year miles Morales: Marvel’s Spider-ManThese are some amazing stats that have been revealed. Miles Morales has been a great sales success should not be surprising that players from all over the globe have spent considerable time swinging through Manhattan.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales is a standalone expansion of the original game. Although Miles’s role is similar to Peter’s, Miles has access to some new moves and gadgets. Special Venom abilities give him unique powers that increase the intensity of combat encounters. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales was well-received when it launched last year, and is generally considered as an excellent follow-up to Peter’s adventure. Insomniac Games tweeted some wild stats to celebrate Spider-Man Day.
Collectively, players have spent more than 11,000 years playing Miles. They have stopped over 190 million criminals and defeated more than 7 billion enemies. As there are only 69 collectibles in the game, it is quite surprising that players have found over 224,000,000 collectibles during their adventures. This shows that the players enjoyed the world of the game, which was a nice change from the original New York. A staggering 7.7% of players have earned the Platinum trophy. Should anyone wish to see how much time they have spent on a particular game, thankfully the PS5 tracks the number of hours played for every game.
The tweet’s second image highlights other gameplay-related stats, such as the fact Venom Smash has been used more than 727 million times. It’s not common to see players taking more than 62,000,000 subway rides. This serves as the game’s fast transportation system. Not so unusual is the fact that over 9 million Bodega Cat Suits have been equipped, though, as fans have grown to love Miles’ feline friend.
It is the captivating combat and movement mechanics that play a huge role in achieving such high levels of player engagement. Ghost Of Tsushima was another game that was developed by Sony. also released its own crazy stats last year. It seems that PlayStation Studios’ titles are gaining popularity. Should Sony decide to port the game to PC after their recent acquisition of Nixxes Software, these Spider-Man: Miles Morales statistics could only get more ridiculous.