How to Unlock All the Suits in Spiderman: Miles Morales

Like most superheroes, Spider-Man has had a ton of costume changes throughout his comic book run. This also rings true for Marvel’s Spider-Man on the PS4 where you could change your costume to various suits that were callbacks to Spider-Man’s rich history in media.

With Spider-Man: Miles Morales, however, the game focuses on Miles Morales rather than Peter Parker, a rather new character in the comic book canon, so setting his identity apart from the decades-old costumes of Peter Parker is very important.

In this guide, we will be looking at the suits that you can unlock in Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the mods they bring to the table, and how you can unlock these suits.

All the Suits and How to Unlock Them

There is a total of 19 suits in Spider-Man: Miles Morales that you can craft and unlock, so a rather big variety for quite the bite-sized game. Below will be a list of the suits, their unlocking requirements, and the mods that they unlock. Take note that unlocking these suits does not mean you can immediately use them, you will need to craft them by spending Activity Tokens and Tech Parts to be able to use them.

1. Sportswear Suit

This is the suit that you start the game with.

Heavily influenced by the Into the Spider-Verse movie suit, this suit has Miles in a very urban outfit. Rocking the hoodie, shorts, and a pair of Adidas sneakers, it is a very casual and patched-on kind of look. His Spider-Man suit itself (or at least his mask) even mimics that of Peter’s old suit from the previous game, giving the impression that it was handed down to him.

This suit does not have any mods attached to it.

2. Great Responsibility Suit

This suit is unlocked after completing the first mission with Peter.

A very classic-looking Peter Parker Spider-Man suit, this suit dons more of the blue and red palette that we know of Spider-Man, and it would make sense as this was a gift from Peter to Miles after parting ways with him for the duration of the game. There are some Miles touches to it though, like how he keeps his Adidas sneakers on, and how it has kneepads, signifying that he is still a novice when it comes to being Spider-Man.

This suit does not have any mods attached to it.

3. Homemade Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 5.

The Homemade suit looks very similar to Peter’s homemade suit from Spider-Man: Homecoming. A very barebones suit that has Miles wearing a ski mask with goggles on just to conceal his identity. This suit does start to have the colors we expect from Miles (black and red) but it is definitely very rough in execution.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Power Pitcher suit mod which increases the damage of thrown objects.

4. T.R.A.C.K. Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 6. If you have pre-ordered the game, this suit will be immediately unlocked for use.

A very sleek and modern looking suit, the T.R.A.C.K. Suit sees its debut in Spider-Man: Miles Morales, adorned in the usual red and black of Miles with a great amount of white thrown in, seemingly taking a page from the white accents Peter’s suit had in the previous game.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Untrackable visor mod which decreases damage from ranged attacks by 25%.

5. Animated Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 7.

Similar to the Classic Suit except it is cel-shaded and made to look a lot more cartoony, the Animated Suit looks like it jumped straight out of an animated TV show and into the video game.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Stronger Webs suit mod which makes enemies take longer to break out of webs.

6. Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 8.

A more casual look to Miles’ Classic Suit, the Brooklyn Visions Academy Suit sees Miles wearing his Classic Suit but also wearing his school’s jacket, a backpack, headphones, and his Adidas sneakers on top of it. Definitely a look that makes him look like a student.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Trick Master visor mod which has you gaining bonus Venom Power for performing Air Tricks.

7. Crimson Cowl Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 9.

Another new suit debuting in the game, the Crimson Cowl suit splashes a whole lot more red to Miles’ suit palette as well as giving him a hood, giving it a very striking look.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Ghost Strike visor mod which makes enemies no longer being able to hear Web-Strike Takedowns while you are camouflaged.

8. S.T.R.I.K.E. Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 10.

A very bold looking suit, the S.T.R.I.K.E. suit gives out a more armored look to Miles with the plated spider symbol and web patterns as well as the huge gauntlets on each arm with yellow glowing accents. To top it all off, it also has a tall collar to give itself a sinister look. Not exactly my favorite suit, but it still looks pretty cool.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Venom Overclock visor mod which increases Venom Power generation as your health drops.

9.  The End Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 11.

This suit is straight from the comic series The End where an older Miles sports it. In the game’s version, his age stays the same but he still wears the signature hoodie, cargo pants with camo as well as the combat boots.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Steady Focus suit mod which slows the rate of the Camouflage meter when you are not moving.

10. Miles Morales 2099 Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 12.

Inspired by the original 2099 suit, this suit splashes in some blue accents to Miles’ usual black and red palette and has Miles wear a hood as well. With this suit, Miles’ eyes glow a bright white and emit a faint smoke. This suit also has the spiked armguards which calls back to the original’s.

Crafting this suit will unlock the Venom Suppression Resistance suit mod which reduces the length of Roxxon’s Venom Suppression effect on you. It also instantly removes Roxxon bolas when you activate Camouflage.

11. Into the Spider-Verse Suit

This suit is unlocked for crafting at Level 13. If you have pre-ordered the game, this suit will be immediately unlocked for use.

Quite possibly the fan-favorite out of all the suits, the Into the Spider-Verse suit mimics Miles’ appearance from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, down to the dot matrix shading and comic art style.

Crafting this suit will unlock 2 mods, the Vibe the Verse suit mod, and the Bam! Pow! Wham! visor mod. The suit mod will have the animation of Miles be similar to that of the animation in the movie where it is stilted and stuttering as it is missing a few keyframes. The visor mod on the other hand will add comic book impact effects when you land kicks and punches.

12. Classic Suit

This suit is unlocked after a certain story mission.

Like the previous game, Miles will be getting his own upgraded suit as he progresses through the story. Unlike the previous game, this suit does not deviate that much from his original design and still presents him in a black and red motif giving this a really sleek look.

Unlocking this suit will unlock the Zap Slap suit mod which creates a concussive force when Underground weapons are shattered.

13. Uptown Pride Suit

This suit is unlocked by completing all Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (FNSM) app requests.

Similar to the Classic Suit, the Uptown Pride Suit replaces the red accents with gold, making the outlines really pop as it reflects the light.

This suit does not have any mods attached to it.

14. Winter Suit

This suit is unlocked after completing the We’ve Got a Lead side mission.

It is simply the Classic Suit except Miles has some winter gear on top of the suit. These include a beanie, earmuffs, a scarf, and some legwarmers to keep him warm during the winter.

This suit does not have any mods attached to it.

15. Miles Morales 2020 Suit

This suit is unlocked by completing all the Spidey Challenge missions and the succeeding mission.

A futuristic looking suit, the Miles Morales 2020 Suit replaces the typical mask with a helmet that is reminiscent of Daft Punk. The spider symbol on the chest is also replaced by a screen that displays it. One of the better suits in the game, no doubt.

This suit does not have any mods attached to it.

16. Programmable Matter Suit

This suit is unlocked by completing all Underground Hideouts and Roxxon Labs and the succeeding mission.

A suit seemingly caught in between digital space and the real world, the Programmable Matter Suit is rather unique as it is silver instead of the usual black. Miles’ limbs also glow a very bright red that is very noticeable at night.

While the suit does not have any mods attached to it, it has a unique finisher that spawns Iron Spider-like limbs that help in taking down enemies.

17. Purple Reign Suit

This suit is unlocked after completing the main story and a special mission chain.

The Purple Reign suit is possibly the most jarring suit in the game as it has a palette of purple, black and green. It also features some cat claws at the end of Miles’ fingers. Of course, this is a reference to Prowler, one of Miles’ most prominent villains.

Unlocking this suit will unlock Reclaimer visor mod which replenishes 1 gadget ammo when you perform a Stealth Takedown on an enemy.

18. Bodega Cat Suit

This suit is unlocked after completing the main story and the Cat’s Pajamas side mission.

While it may seem like another casual looking suit, the Bodega Cat suit brings about a unique element to it that will definitely see animal lovers loving this suit: the backpack this suit has houses a cat that also has a Spider-Man mask on. The cat will sometimes peek its head out of the bag from time to time and overall just act cute while you swing around the city or when you are fighting baddies.

While the suit does not have any mods attached to it, it has a unique finisher which has Spider-Cat helping you out in taking down enemies.

19. Spider-Training Suit

This suit is unlocked once you start a New Game+ save.

You might be familiar with this suit if you have played the City That Never Sleeps DLC of the previous game as this was the suit that Miles wore in the end where he tries to swing for the first time. A great throwback, but also a rather plain suit.

Unlocking this suit will unlock the Power Transfer suit mod which turns off the Camouflage effect early to transfer a portion of the unused Camouflage Energy to Venom Power.

Conclusion

Although not as established as Peter Parker, Miles Morales’ rise in popularity has given incentive to artists to have fun with Miles’ suits and really carve his identity in the Spider-Man universe with his own style, overall giving us a lot of suits to choose from.

The mods attached to some of the suits are also a lot more inventive to give way to Miles’ bio-electric powers, and with the ability to have a total of 4 different mods equipped, Spider-Man: Miles Morales takes a step in the right direction with customization not only aesthetically with the suits, but also in catering to your playstyle with the mods and the combinations it brings.