Following fan confusion from yesterday’s Yakuza debacle, Insomniac has clarified a query about the PS4 version of the new Spider-Man game.
There has been plenty of confusion surrounding Spider-Man: Miles Morales since it was first announced, with Sony and Insomniac needing to clarify numerous details.
One thing that initially had some fans worried has now been cleared up, though, with Insomniac’s community director James Stevenson confirming that PlayStation 4 save files of the game can be transferred over to the PlayStation 5.
While some may have assumed this was a given considering the PS4 version can be upgraded to its PS5 counterpart for free, it was brought into question following yesterday’s news that Yakuza: Like A Dragon won’t be offering save transfers when it comes to PS5.
So far, no other cross-gen games for PS4 and PS5, such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Cyberpunk 2077, have been confirmed to be unable to transfer saves alongside the free upgrade.
But if this does turn out to be the case with more games, it may only further push people towards choosing a new Xbox instead.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 19.
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