In the United Kingdom, PS5 restocks have resulted in more sales for Sony’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
While the game is already receiving massive success since its release in 2020, its new growth in the PS5 category is remarkable because it’s a good sign for the latest console.
Both of them belong to Sony, after all.
Speaking of PlayStation 5 then it has gone through a rollercoaster ride so far. Because sometimes the stocks are available and sometimes they are not.
Fortunately, United Kingdom recently gained more units of the newest console. And as expected, it led to people going for the units in large numbers.
Yes, there were many other PS5 supported titles as well that gained a boost in their sales. But Spider-Man: Miles Morales managed to come out as the big winner.
As per GamesIndustry.biz, Miles Morales jumped to the third spot in the UK for the week ending May 15th. Previously, it was in the ninth position.
What’s interesting to note here is that it even beat recent releases such as Subnautica: Below Zero and FIFA 21.
This kind of performance points to one thing, which is that Spider-Man: Miles Morales is still very popular among the players.
The Insomniac Games title, under Sony, initially launched last year in November.
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Meanwhile, there are multiple new heavyweights scheduled to arrive this year. And gamers are waiting curiously for them at the moment.
But that’s not it!
The colossal line-up extends further with Stray, Dying Light 2, Deathloop, GhostWire: Tokyo, and Biomutant.
Psychonauts 2, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Cyber Shadow, and Shadow Warrior 3 are other crucial launches.
Coming back to Spider-Man: Miles Morales, again, it’s now available for PS5 and PS4.
What do you think about all the major games arriving this year? Are you already excited and hyped for them?
And which one is on the top of your wish list?
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