Insomniac Games' blockbuster new title, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, released just over two weeks ago across Sony consoles with the release of the new PlayStation 5. The game has proven to be a hit among fans with the title receiving critical praise from across the industry. Many have said it goes above and beyond the already incredibly popular first title.
Now that some time has passed since the release of Spider-Man: Miles Morales on the PS5 and PS4, Insomniac Games has begun releasing an assortment of concept art images from throughout the development. The images released by various art developers across Twitter and Art Station highlight new looks at Miles himself alongside several of his suits that can be unlocked throughout the game.
Several of the key art designers on the title have begun to showcase examples of their work from Spider-Man: Miles Morales on their Art Station profiles including Jayson Fitch whose profile showcases the games' villain, the Tinkerer, both in and out of the suit. The images also highlight eight different suits unlocked throughout the course of the game's story including several fan favorites — programmable matter, crimson cowl, sportswear, the end, and the TRACK suit.
In the piece of concept art above, Miles' metallic Programmable Matter suit is showcased, highlighting the menacing iron spider arms that accompany it.
The image above provides a clear look at the games' main villain, the Tinkerer, also known as Phin Mason. She's seen in normal clothing and is also prepared for combat, equipped with her electrically charged blade weapon.
The above image, once again from Art Station, highlights Miles' red, white and black T.R.A.C.K suit, unlocked in the game through a pre-order or at level six. In the first few weeks of release, this design has proven to be a favorite among fans.
The Crimson Cowl suit (showcased above), is one of the unique looks for Miles' in the new game, the distinct red and black look of a hoodie over his standard suit offers something drastically different from all the standard suits.
Also shared was an unused suit design from Henrique Naspolni, displaying a black and red metallic suit with small red lights on the knees, hips, biceps, and wrists:
Spider-Man: Miles Morales has been in development for around two years, so it's unknown at what point in development these images come from. One thing is for sure, and that is that these look absolutely insane! For many fans, it will be exciting to see such high-resolution up-close looks at these characters from the smash-hit title.
Insomniac Games has had a lot on their plate as of late with the release of this new Spider-Man sequel along with a new Ratchet and Clank title, Rift Apart, set to release in 2021. Another Spider-Man sequel is also likely in development after the success of both titles so far, which would likely follow up on Peter Parker's story from the first game that was left on a huge cliffhanger.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available now on PS4 and PS5.