How many copies did Marvel’s Spider-Man sell? — 2024 statistics

Marvel's Spider-Man swings into the spotlight.

Release Date
September 7, 2018
Insomniac Games

Ever wondered how many copies did Spider-Man sell? Since its launch in September 2017, this game has been a sensation. Its blend of eye-catching graphics and adrenaline-pumping gameplay caught everyone’s attention. But beyond the buzz, the real question is in the numbers. Let’s dive into the Marvel’s Spider-Man statistics to get the full picture. Likewise, if you’re interested in seeing what the main drivers are in the esports industry’s worth, we’ve talked about the long and short of it.

Marvel’s Spider-Man key statistics

Spider-Man and its follow-up, Miles Morales, have made quite the impact in the gaming world. When it comes to Spider-Man sales, these two titles have garnered impressive numbers. We’ll dive into the total sales, the revenue they’ve generated, and any other interesting tidbits we can find about these blockbuster games.

Marvel’s Spider-Man sales reached over 34.5 million copies.

(Source: VG Chartz)

  • The original game sold 20 million copies for PS4.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales sold 6.5 million copies.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered sold 1.5 million copies.

From this first line of stats, we can see that the total sales for the Marvel’s Spider-Man games have been tremendous, outplaying industry titans like The Last of Us and God of War easily. This is because the world was graced with the former best Spider-Man game in 2014, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, so it was only natural that fans of the franchise would flock to a next-gen game that promised everything the old one offered and more.

The Marvel’s Spider-Man revenue from the series reached $125.6 million on Steam.

(Source: VG Insights)

  • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered grossed $100.3 million.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales grossed $25.3 million.

With great sales comes great responsi- no, come great profits, sorry. The total revenue achieved across all of the games is unknown since Insomniac does not share that data directly, but sales stats for the PC ports of the games show us that the Remastered version of the first game was a solid success, crossing the $100 million mark easily.

The Marvel’s Spider-Man games had a combined 25.9 million hours watched on Twitch in their best years.

(Source: SullyGnome)

  • Marvel’s Spider-Man had 15.3 million hours watched on Twitch in 2018.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered had 3.2 million hours watched in 2022.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales had 7.4 million hours watched in 2020.

People love watching Marvel movies because they are absolutely packed with action and are easy to watch, so it only makes sense for people to also enjoy these games to the fullest. What sets them apart from movies is that each playthrough of the game is different and you can experience it in a ton of different ways. Naturally, the first game in the series has accumulated the most views, with the remastered version having the least.

Spider-Man Remastered revenue hit an impressive $300 million.

(Source: ComicYears)

  • The only title to beat this game for the total player count was God of War, which had 73,529 players while Spider-Man had 66,436.
  • Other than that, the game had more concurrent players than all other titles at the time.
  • Sony had expected its sales revenue for the game to surpass $300 million.
  • The game also had very strong reviews, with Epic Games giving it a critical score of 96%.

Fans of both PC and PlayStation games are cursed to not be able to enjoy their favorite games because of hardware restrictions, but it seems as though Sony has been pushing to get more and more PS exclusives to more platforms, resulting in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered coming to Steam and creating tremendous profits as a result.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ PC launch had only 13,539 peak concurrent players

(Source: GamingBolt)

  • The PC release for the game had 13,539 peak concurrent players.
  • The first game had over 66,000 concurrent players.
  • The game was the third-worst-performing Steam Playstation game, beating Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection and Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
  • Miles Morales had excellent reviews, but it could not introduce major concepts that differ too much from the first game.

And the final line of stats shows us that, although the game was hyped as a interesting direction for the series to continue, Miles Morales did not end up delivering as much as its predecessor. However, this is to be expected because not everyone is going to shell out so much money to play basically an extension of the game they already finished. Miles Morales is great, but the community is patiently waiting for the next game to come out.

To sum up

So that all we have to say about everyone’s favorite webslinger and his adventures in the gaming world. When the game first came out in 2018, it was a smash hit as one of the best Spider-Man games to ever come out, and it has continued amassing a huge number of sales across all of its titles. We can’t wait for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 to come out in October, and we’ll be sure to update this with any relevant launch stats and numbers. Farewell ’till then!


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