Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales fans on PS4 and PS5 have spent what amounts to more than 11,000 years playing the hit title from Insomniac.
In honor of the recent Spider-Man Day, developer Insomniac Games shared several interesting player stats regarding Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, one of which notes that fans have spent thousands of years playing the game. Released across both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on the latter’s launch day in November 2020, the Miles Morales-starring Spidey adventure from Insomniac continues to prove a runaway success.
Not only did the title receive acclaim from critics and players alike, but it’s also sold incredibly well. Sony revealed as much while sharing hardware and software sales data, announcing that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales has already crossed an impressive 6.5 million units sold worldwide. Such success hardly comes as a surprise, though, given the game’s frequent appearances on sales charts across the globe. Insomniac Games’ other recent release, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, is performing well in its own right, too, moving 1.1 million copies on PS5 since launch.
While celebrating Spider-Man Day on August 1, Insomniac took to Twitter to unleash a few player-related stats for Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The developer most notably revealed that fans have spent a collective 11,000 years swinging through the streets of New York. That’s an impressive amount of playtime for a nine-month-old game. In addition, players have stopped 190 million crimes, defeated over seven billion enemies, and gathered more than 224 million collectibles. Miles Morales’ Venom attacks seem rather popular as well, with players logging over 727 million Venom Smashes, thus far. Unsurprisingly, Spider-Man’s Bodega Cat Suit officially warrants recognition as a fan favorite, considering it’s been equipped nine-plus million times.
Considering the 6.5 million copies sold, players exploring Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for a collective 11,000 years should probably be expected. It’s an open-world title as well, meaning each individual player has likely spent a considerable amount of time making their way through the main story and side content. And New Game Plus, which is required for the Platinum Trophy, has undoubtedly inspired numerous fans to revisit the Harlem-set adventure, too.
With Miles Morales and Rift Apart out the door, reason suggests Insomniac focus now centers on developing a sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man. Neither the studio nor Sony have formally announced the project, though, leaving rumors and speculation to run rampant for the time being.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available digitally and at retail for PS4 and PS5.
Source: Insomniac Games
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