Spider-Man: Miles Morales: every costume & comic book connection in PS5 game


After being a supporting character in 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man, the young, superpowered Miles Morales is getting his own game, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a launch title for the PlayStation 5. (It will also be available on the PS4.) And with a new Spider-Man game comes a ton of new, unlockable Spider-Man costumes.

Like the original game, Miles will have several suits to choose from. And though his closet might not be as big as Peter Parker’s when it comes to costumes, he’s still got some solid options as he swings through Harlem. Here’s every costume in Spider-Man: Miles Morales that have been revealed … so far.


Iconic Suit

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First Appearance: Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #5 (2012)

Miles was originally the Spider-Man of the Ultimate Marvel Universe, inheriting the title not long after the death of that universe’s Peter Parker. At first, he wore a store-bought classic Spider-Man outfit that pretty much everyone, including him, agreed was in kind of poor taste, given Peter’s recent demise. Miles received what is now his iconic black-and-red look courtesy of the Ultimate Universe’s Nick Fury (the basis for Samuel L. Jackson’s MCU version).

Outside of the comics, the costume’s origin is much different. In Into the Spider-Verse, Miles takes one of the suits actually worn by his universe’s now dead Peter Parker and spray paints it to show that he’s his own Spider-hero. And for the game version, Peter Parker of Marvel’s Spider-Man was tangled up in a 2018 crossover dubbed “Spider-Geddon” and met the 616-Miles, complimenting his costume and no doubt thinking how good it would look on his new protege.


TRACK Suit

Miles Morales in his white, black, and red TRACK suit.

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First Appearance: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)

Though the original Spider-Man game had plenty of costumes calling back to Peter’s comics history, a few of them were wholly original and even have their own in-universe fiction for existing. The TRACK suit is like that for Miles, an original outfit created by Marvel artist Javier Garron, who also draws the current Miles Morales comic written by Saladin Ahmed. In the game’s lore, it was designed by Miles’ best friend, Ganke Lee.

The TRACK suit is a pre-order bonus for the game, regardless of which system you own. It’s one of two additional suits you can get, though Insomniac has yet to reveal the second set of threads.


Beginner Suit

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First Appearance: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

If Miles’ original black-and-red costume is iconic, the variant seen during the Leap of Faith scene in Spider-Verse is Iconic. From the basketball shorts to the hoodie, everything about the look just screams “Miles”…minus the lack of actual Jordans. It would be more surprising if it wasn’t in the game.


Cat Suit

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First Appearance: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)

Seen briefly in a recent post from Insomniac celebrating that Miles Morales has gone gold, you can see our teen hero wearing the Beginner suit, but with a backpack. The backpack slung around his shoulders contains a cute little cat who is also named Spider-Man and even has a mask of his own! And he’ll even join in on combat finishers!


Training Suit

Miles Morales wearing Adidas.

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First Appearance: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)

It’s something of a running theme that Miles wears Peter’s costume before eventually getting his own. We’ve seen Miles wear a costume similar to Peter’s before, at the end of the previous game’s “Silver Linings” DLC, though it was only just a mask back then. Clearly, he traded up to the full thing. You can see this suit at the end of a Daily Bugle post released earlier this week, with a gif of Peter and Miles beginning to swing away side by side.


Gift Suit

First appearance: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)

Game Informer’s current cover story on the game mentions a suit gifted to Miles by Peter at the start before he and Mary Jane leave for Symkaria. It’s intended to be Miles’ first real costume, though nowhere near as advanced as anything Peter wore in the previous game. It’s got the red and blue scheme, but with some extra emphasis on the blue. There are no official images of it yet.


2020 Suit

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First Appearance: Miles Morales: Spider-Man #13 (2019)

After the success of Spider-Verse, Marvel released a new Miles Morales book by Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron. For the book’s 13th issue, comic artist Razzah created a variant cover showing Miles in a 2020 version of his suit. It’s the perfect outfit for a rave.


Crimson Cowl Suit

Miles Morales in his hooded, red, and black Crimson Cowl suit.

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First Appearance: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)

Revealed in a Daily Bugle post, the Crimson suit gives Miles a more athletic look. Call it a cowl, call it a red hood (not that one); either way it looks pretty cool.


Spider-Verse Suit

First Appearance: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

You didn’t think they wouldn’t include it, did you? Similar to Peter Parker’s cel-shaded suit in the previous game, the Spider-Verse Suit gives our hero a cartoony look, with the added bonus of making it look like the Miles from the movie got transported into this new hyper realistic world. It’s the second bonus suit you get upon pre-ordering the game.


Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be released on for the PS4 and PS5 on Nov. 12.





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