Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales swings onto PC in November
October 13, 20222 min read
Even more Spidey action is on the way for PC players
Another Marvel's Spider-Man has locked in a date for a PC port. Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales hits PC on November 18.
The PC version of Miles Morales will have PC features and settings, similar to the Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered port that hit PC earlier this year.
These include some fancy graphics options, like ray-traced reflections and new ray-traced shadows. NVIDIA DLSS 3 is also being supported, as are other options like DLSS 2, DLAA, and NVIDIA Reflex. And hardware-wise, Miles Morales will support ultra-wide gaming with ratios of 21:9, 32:9, or even 48:9 through triple-monitor setups.
That's on the extreme end of things though. According to today's PlayStation Blog, Insomniac is also supporting other configurations aside from high-end PCs; namely, portable PC gaming devices. DualSense haptics will also be supported, if you wire one in over a USB connection.
A shocking spin of the web
If you don't own Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, then no worries. This is a standalone entry. It's going for $49.99 on Steam and Epic, and pre-orders will net a few in-game goodies a little earlier than you'd normally achieve them.
Miles' Spidey adventure is one I never got around to finishing on PlayStation 5, so the prospect of revisiting it is pretty appealing. It's received some high praise, and I like the idea of a short, cinematic Spider-Man game to zip through.