Over the weekend, “Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition” was revealed to include a remaster of 2018’s “Marvel’s Spider-Man” starring Peter Parker
Unfortunately, Insomniac Games revealed that saves from that PlayStation 4 title will not be carried over to the next-gen PlayStation 5
Securing the standard edition PlayStation 5 with a disc drive means you will not be able to get a physical version of “Spider-Man Remastered” on its own
For those who have been eagerly anticipating diving back into Manhattan on the PS5 after the news broke on the remastered edition of “Marvel’s Spider-Man” over the weekend, you might want to take a few steps back.
That PlayStation 4 title from Insomniac Games proved to be a massive hit and helped the developer push the boundaries even further with its coming “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” for the PlayStation 5. The 2018 title will, in fact, be available for the
When FromSoftware’s Demon’s Souls hit the PlayStation 3 in 2009, it had a file size of 8.24 gigabytes. When the Demon’s Souls remake launches alongside the PlayStation 5 on Nov. 12, it’ll be… somewhat larger. According to a listing on Sony’s PlayStation Direct site, Demon’s Souls 2020 will take up 66GB of PS5 storage space.
It’s one of two game listings that were updated with file sizes on the site over the weekend. There’s also Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Launch Edition, which also includes 2018’s Spider-Man, at a big ol’ 105GB. With the PS4 Spider-Man weighing in at just over 47GB, that means Miles Morales alone will be around 57GB.
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