This page is for the ending to Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, as witnessed by players after completing the mission The Battle For Harlem. It reveals the final disposition of characters such as Simon Krieger, Peter Parker, and Harry Osborn, setting up the story for the next elaboration.
Four weeks later, Danika Hart broadcast a good news Simon Krieger's arrest thanks to Aaron Davis' testimony, with the latter got reduced sentence for not only turning himself in, but also sending the evidence to the authorities of Krieger’s corruption at Roxxon. Miles is seen greeting Teo Alvarez and his cat "Spider-Man", then going home while greeting his neighborhoods he come across:
- The graffiti of Miles Morales' Classic Spider-Man Suit has been painted above left of Peter Parker's Advanced Spider-Man Suit where Hailey Cooper is painting.
- Miles is dancing with Camila Vázquez and Caleb Ward for a moment while passing by and greeting them.
- Gloria Davila setting a signing table for F.E.A.S.T.-related campaigns.
After Peter return from his trip at Symkaria, Miles arrives drinking a latte in the same way as Peter did back in four weeks ago. Peter praises Miles about what it means to be a Spider-Man because not all of superheroing job would be easier. Learning from Miles' experiences against Roxxon and the Underground, Peter fills another oath of being a Spider-Man to ensure none of the bad guys with shady businesses will get away from their crimes like what Roxxon did to Harlem, and the Mason siblings. As the police sirens are heard chasing a car of criminal(s), the Spider-Men begin to swing to the crime scene.
Harry Osborn (mid-credits)
Harry woke up inside the container he slept from the Epilogue of the first game's main story at first-person view while hearing the news of Rio Morales has officially become a City Councilwoman thanks to Aaron. It is revealed that Curt Connors, also known as the Lizard appears in his human form and is enlisted by Harry's father, Norman to examine and study a disease his son inherited from his late-wife Emily. Although the disease is negated while Harry remains in the container, Norman angrily insist Curt to get Harry out of the container, despite the warning of the disease will come back hurting his son.
Phin Mason (post-credits)
At Financial District's Trinity Church graveyard, Miles brought the Science Award which he and Phin won before their first day in their respective high school/academy. Miles put the cube on the top of the church as a final farewell to his late-friend, and left.