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Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ Photo Mode Takes Center Stage in New Trailer

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Trailer Shows off the Game's Photo Mode
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Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ Photo Mode Takes Center Stage in New Trailer

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is finally out, and a new trailer shows off all the things players can do with its robust photo mode.

Streamed by Marvel Entertainment via YouTube on Nov. 13, the trailer provides a brief glimpse at all of the features offered through the game’s photo mode; all of which players can take advantage of as soon as they start playing.

These include the standard camera functionality, which allows them to angle shots from various angles, depths and perspectives; custom lighting, which can be placed and maneuvered to apply different tones and illuminate different details; and filters, which can help players make their scene of choice feel more realistic, comicbook-like and so on.

Players can also choose which suit they want to photograph on the fly. The standard suit, Track suit and Into the Spider-Verse suits are all available at the start, and the rest of the suits will become available once players progress the game.

Additionally, players can apply stickers to the scene to give it some extra personality. These range from cartoon-y versions of characters in the game to messages that are prevalent in the comics and story.

The trailer shows off all of these aspects in decent detail considering its short length. Fans of the series and photo modes alike will want to check it out in full down below.

The latest entry in the Spider-Man series on PlayStation developed by Insomniac, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a sequel to the 2018 title. It centers around Miles Morales, who is coming into his own as the next Spider-Man as a new threat seems poised to wreak havoc in New York.

The game is a PlayStation 5 launch title, and has received more than a few stunning gameplay trailers showing off how well it takes advantage of the new tech.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is currently available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. For more on the game, check out its T.V. commercial to see a cinematic teaser of what the game has to offer.

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