Yes­ter­day was a crazy day for fans of PlaySta­tion, with the next-gen­er­a­tion con­sole’s appear­ance final­ly being shown. Right at the begin­ning of the reveal event, Sony revealed what appeared to be a sequel to Insom­ni­ac’s Spi­der-Man.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this is not the case. After the event, a Sony exec stat­ed the game was just an expan­sion of the orig­i­nal game and is being enhanced for the PS5. How­ev­er, Insom­ni­ac Games said oth­er­wise.

Accord­ing to Insom­ni­ac’s Twit­ter account, Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be a stand­alone game, which they will give more details about in the future.

Jason Schreier, a reporter for Bloomberg, made it extreme­ly clear in a post that this game was not an expan­sion, but a stand­alone akin to Unchart­ed Lost Lega­cy. Schreier men­tioned the Sony exec­u­tive, vice pres­i­dent Simon Rut­ter, caused con­fu­sion among fans by say­ing it was “an expan­sion and an enhance­ment to the pre­vi­ous title.”

If Spi­der-Man: Miles Morales is any­thing like Unchart­ed Lost Lega­cy, it will like­ly be sold for $40 instead of the stan­dard $60 for a full fledged title.