How many missions are there in Spider-man Miles Morales?

Spider-man Miles Morales is a follow-up to 2018’s Spider-man and shifts focus from Peter Parker to Miles Morales. Playing very much like Spider-man, Miles Morales is an open-world superhero game in which players can explore New York City and complete missions in order to save the day.

Spider-man Miles Morales is a much shorter game than its predecessor, however, there’s still plenty to do and enough story and side content to keep you going for a while. Insomniac has streamlined things through the use of the Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-man app in-game, making it simpler to locate crimes and citizens in distress.

It also makes it easier to replay crimes again if you need to get complete those pesky secondary objectives. Replaying main missions can be done through the main menu too, so you’re not short on options once you’ve finished.

Spider-man Miles Morales Missions

How many missions are there in Spider-man Miles Morales? Overall, there are 16 main story missions, 9 side missions, 12 crimes and 16 ‘activities’.


A list of the main missions follows and while the names are vague we still want to warn you that they may contain spoilers or at least give minor details of the plot away.

The missions are;

  1. Hold onto your web-shooters
  2. Parting Gift
  3. New Thwip
  4. We’re Here For You
  5. La Nochebuena
  6. Reconnecting
  7. Time To Rally
  8. Someone Left the Lights On…
  9. Corporate Espionage
  10. Underground Undercover
  11. Curtain Call
  12. Breaking Through the Noise
  13. Tinker Tailor Spider Spy
  14. Thicker Than Blood
  15. Like Real Scientists
  16. The Battle for Harlem

As you progress through the main story, you’ll unlock additional side missions, crimes and activities with the latter two being accessed via the FNSM app.

The crimes are;

  • Break-In
  • Supply Theft
  • Raft Escapees
  • Arms Deal
  • Armed Robbery
  • Mugging
  • Street Shootout
  • Cyberattack
  • Assault
  • Stolen Vehicle
  • Chopper Malfunction

The activities are;

  • LOOTERS!!!
  • Harlem Trains Out of Service
  • Robbers Target Local Biz
  • Harlem F.E.A.S.T. Shut Down
  • We’ve Got a Lead
  • Cat’s Pyjamas
  • Stuck on Skyscraper
  • Emergency Comms Down
  • My Car’s Gone
  • Can’t Find My Pigeons
  • Ice Breaking Crane
  • F.E.A.S.T. Toys Stolen
  • My Truck’s Stuck
  • Thank you, Spider-man
  • Lost Cat
  • Can I Get a Photo?

Both crimes and activities are replayable and by replaying them you can earn activity tokens which are spent on unlocking suits, gadgets and upgrades.

Spider-man Miles Morales launches for PS4 and PS5 on November 12, 2020.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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