Another PlayStation game is making the jump to PC, as Sony has confirmed that its web-swinging hit 'Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales' will arrive on the PC next month — on November 18.
Originally a PS5 launch title, this PC re-release features many of the same improvements that the first Spider-Man game saw when it also made the jump to PC, including various visual enhancements and customizable settings.
This PC version of Miles Morales is said to be fully optimized for ultra-wide gaming, supporting aspect ratios of 21:9, 32:9 and even 48:9. The Insomniac game will also support upscaling technologies, like NVIDIA DLSS 3. The full post over on the PlayStation blog shares all of the graphical settings and features you can expect to find in this PC port.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC Launch
The game is available to order now, via both Steam and the Epic Games Store with a $49.99 / €49.99 price tag.
Those who do order in advance will get in-game bonus content, including two Spidey suits, a gravity gadget, and skill points to help you unlock abilities early.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is just one of a growing number of PS5 titles to come over to PC — Sony recently committed to bringing over most of their first-party releases to the PC platform roughly a year or so after their initial PS5 debut.