‘Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ Slings onto PC on November 18
Sony’s push to bring its beloved PlayStation IPs to PC has met with another milestone with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PC finally copping a set-in-stone release date and a new trailer. Thanks to the company’s dedicated “PlayStation PC games” webpage, we had a fair idea about which PlayStation exclusives would be getting a PC port soon, however, Insomniac Games officially confirmed the release date on Thursday. The latest announcement not only gives PC players another great title to look forward to, it marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter.
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As per the announcement, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is headed to PC on November 18 and Spidey fans can currently preorder their copy via Steam or the Epic Games Store for USD$49.99. Sony is also giving away a bunch of freebies to those who pre-order the game, which includes, a Two-suit pack (the T.R.A.C.K. Suit, and Into the Spider-Verse Suit), early access to the Gravity Well gadget and three Skill Points to unlock some abilities from the beginning of the game.
However, all of these pre-order bonuses and perks can be unlocked by simply grinding through the game as well and won’t be exclusive to those who pre-order the game, which is actually a great gesture by the devs at Insomniac. Just like Sony’s previous PC ports, Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PC will too feature heaps of platform-exclusive improvements. A
ccording to the game’s Steam page, Miles Morales will be “fully optimized” for widescreen monitors and will support aspect ratios of 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9. To make everything look visually and graphically appealing, the game has ray-traced reflection and ray-traced shadow, along with Nvidia’s Reflex, DLAA, and DLSS, including DLSS 3 support.
Moreover, you will able to connect your DualSense controller to experience “the full DualSense controller experience, including adaptive trigger feedback and haptic response.” Miles Morales PC will even have Steam Input support, allowing players to use different “peripherals and get innumerable remapping options.”
Sony is providing PC users with a broad spectrum of graphical options and features so as to “ensure that gamers with the latest hardware can push their high-end rigs, but also make the game scale to less powerful systems.” However, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales isn’t the only PlayStation exclusive coming to PC. Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which packs Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: Lost Legacy is coming to PC on October 19. Game on, players.