As one of the launch titles for the PlayStation 5, Spider-Man: Miles Morales has rightfully received a lot of coverage recently.
With the game already boasting no loading times between areas, it seems unreasonable to ask even more of the game.
Well, aside from the 4K 60 fps resolution AND 4K 30 fps Ray Tracing resolution, Spider-Man has one more trick up its sleeve: Spider-Cat.
Let’s jump into what our feline friend means for the game now.
Spider-Cat or Spider-Man?
The cat, who is also named Spider-Man, belongs to the owner of Teo’s bodega.
The mission shows Spider-Man flying around the skyline of Harlem. Travelling to a power station in order to rescue the cute creature.
Once there, you are tasked with taking a small group of thugs before returning the Spider-Cat to Teo at his shop.
Once returned, Teo thanks you profusely, before revealing the cat as the aptly named ‘Spider-Man’.
With the mission completed, you will be rewarded with the Spider-Cat outfit, the furry feline sat in the backpack on your back.
What can Spider-Cat do?
From the gameplay footage shown, courtesy of Game Informer, it seems the cat is a cosmetic upgrade for your character.
On finishers Spider-Cat jumps out of the backpack and assists in performing the move.
So, not only is the cat a cool cosmetic, it is also a way to unlock a stylish (and cute) new finisher in the game.
More Features - 4K and more
Spider-Man: Miles Morales already boasts Ray Tracing capabilities in full 4K resolution, making the game a stunning delight on capable TVs.
The new Arachnid based superhero game has also made loading screens a thing of the past, utilising the PS5’s power perfectly.
When can I have my own Spider-Cat?
The game releases on 15 November for PS5.
Coming in at £51.99, it sounds like a steal to us for next-gen.