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Are there Spider-Man: Miles Morales difficulty Trophies?

Most Spider-Man: Miles Morales players simply want to live out their superhero fantasies. Having to select the hardest difficulty setting for a Trophy can be a quick way to shatter that illusion, however, leaving many curious about Spider-Man: Miles Morales difficulty Trophies. So, does changing the difficulty disable Trophies in Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS4 and PS5?

Spider-Man: Miles Morales | Does changing difficulty disable Trophies?

Spider-Man Miles Morales difficulty Trophies

Some games really benefit from being challenging, while others are better off allowing users to play their way. Nobody wants to face unnecessary frustration while embodying an iconic superhero — Marvel’s Avengers is recent evidence of that. With that in mind, here’s the need-to-know on missable difficulty trophies in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales does not have difficulty Trophies on PS4 or PS5. Players are free to change the difficulty setting at any time without the fear of disabling PSN Trophies. This is great news for anyone seeking out the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Platinum Trophy, as it makes 100% completion far more attainable.

Of course, the game does include difficulty settings that allow players to adjust the gameplay to match their skill level. Depending on the user’s preference, Spider-Man: Miles Morales can be easy or hard, though the decision doesn’t impact unlocking any Trophies. In addition to its traditional difficulty settings, some accessibility features can also be toggled on to make the experience easier. Again, there’s no penalty for doing so as Spider-Man: Miles Morales accessibility options do not affect Trophies.

Another convenience is that PS4 players can upgrade to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS5 for free. For more PlayStation 5 coverage, watch Game Revolution staff unbox the PS5 console. It’s a hefty machine, though, thanks to some sleek concept footage, we already know what a (hypothetical) slim version could look like.