Spider-Man: Miles Morales update adds advanced suit, muscles
Spring is here, and it’s time to strike the streets with some fresh brand-new fits — or strike the high-rise buildings, if you’re Harlem’s own Spider-Man, Miles Morales.
The current upgrade to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 video game Spider-Man: Miles Morales brings a brand-new match — the Advanced Tech Fit — along with the typical set of bug repairs and, for gamers of the PlayStation 5 variation of the video game, something called “realistic muscle deformation.”
Josh DiCarlo, Protagonist Technical Director at Insomniac Games, elaborated a bit on Twitter regarding what that expression suggests. Basically, the whole character is being simulated “inside-out,” making Miles less an animated mannequin and more of a physics-fueled mass of simulated muscle and tissue moving through the world, enabling creases and folds on the character design to look more practical than ever.
We have actually totally simulated the whole character from the inside-out, utilizing strategies formerly just offered in movie. Every contortion that you see on the surface area of the outfit is the outcome of muscle and fabric simulation.
— Josh DiCarlo (@thejoshdicarlo) March 30, 2021
It’s truly unbelievable to consider the limitless little information that can now be pursued with current-gen video game consoles. It’s likewise truly unusual to consider all the practical muscle contortion I carry out in my life. Makes you believe.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.