In less than a decade, Miles Morales has gone from being a spin-off Spider-Man to the star character of an Oscar-winning film and the lead in a game being pushed with the launch of the PS5. But Spider-Man's multiverse meddling also seems to be bleeding into some confusing business surrounding Spider-Man: Miles Morales and its 2018 PS4 predecessor—now, a new Lego offer is part of the mix.
As part of a promotion timed with the upcoming release of Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PS4 and PS5 on Nov. 12, Sony is running a promotional giveaway contest for a Miles Morales Lego minifigure. The figure sports Miles' default black-and-red costume, as seen in Insomniac's game.
Only 1,650 figures will be distributed to winners of the giveaway, and entry is limited only to people who have earned the "End Game" trophy in 2018's Spider-Man on their PSN account. So yes, even though this giveaway is related to Miles, you'll need to have completed Peter's story on PS4 by 11:59pm ET on Oct. 29 in order to enter. Sweepstakes entry then ends on Nov. 5, and winners will be selected "on or around" Nov. 13.
This also means that the PS5's Spider-Man 2018 remaster (exclusive to the Miles Morales Ultimate Edition release, which doesn't support cross-save with the PS4 original), won't factor into this giveaway at all. There's no getting around the trophy requirement either, as even a mail-in entry for an "eligible entrant" requires an email address that can be checked against a PSN ID.
If you're a Lego collector and just want a Miles Morales minifigure without jumping through these hoops, you can also just buy one: Lego has made two different variants of Miles before, and since they came in fairly small sets, they're pretty easy to find and cheap on resale sites.
This week we've been treated to some new footage of Miles Morales ahead of its Nov. 12 release, including an introduction to an adorable cat that's also named Spider-Man. If you thought Into the Spider-Verse was making it hard to keep track of all these Spider-People, well... it's only a matter of time until Marvel's Avengers gets its version, too.