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Miles and Peter exchange heartwarming texts in the latest Spider-Man: Miles Morales trailer

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Sony has released a new trailer for Spider-Man: Miles Morales detailing Miles' friendship with Peter Parker. The video, which takes the form of a series of texts between the two Spider-Men, sees Peter acting as Miles' mentor.

After chatting about the risk that pizza stains pose to freshly-laundered Spider-suits, the duo start talking about Miles' new superhero persona, his mother's campaign, and how Peter manages to achieve a reasonable work-life balance. Sadly for Miles, there's no good answer for that last one - Peter says he's still trying to figure that out, and tells Miles to trust his instincts.

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Elsewhere, however, Peter does offer a useful hint. After Miles informs him of the public plaza being built by Roxxon - protected 24/7 by armed guards - Peter suggests that Miles should definitely check it out to ensure the city doesn't end up with a second Oscorp. Roxxon's already shown up in a previous Miles Morales trailer, suggesting that the company is going to be an important - and not particularly positive - part of the story.

On a lighter note, the pair exchange a couple of jokes, including Miles' take on the Roll Safe meme and the classic two Spider-Men meme from the 1960s cartoon. Peter's meme game isn't quite so strong, but he's still capable of knocking Miles down a peg or two.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales arrives on the PS5 release date of November 12, so it won't be long until we learn more about how the pair's stories intertwine.

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Ali Jones
Ali Jones

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