The former Playstation-exclusive spin-off to Marvel’s Spider-Man is swinging over to the PC, and we’ve got a confirmed release date. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release on Nov. 18, just over two years after its PS4/PS5 launch. The date was accompanied by a PC features trailer, showing us how the game will be enhanced for the system.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales features some beautiful ray-traced reflections on PS5, and these are also heading for the PC too. It’s a heavy burden on PC hardware to output high-quality ray-tracing, so the game will support NVIDIA DLSS 3, NVIDIA DLAA and AMD FSR 2.1 to upscale the image and keep up frame rates. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales should look great on any monitor too, with ultra-wide monitor support and an unlocked framerate.
If you’re a fan of the PS5 experience, the DualSense controller is fully compatible with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, complete with haptic feedback and trigger effects. It’s yet to be confirmed, but we also anticipate PlayStation Network connectivity, given that the prequel game added the option earlier this month. Of course, you can also just use your keyboard and mouse, and ignore PSN altogether if you wanted.
The Marvel’s Spider-Man series is a big exclusive franchise for Sony, with a highly anticipated sequel coming at some point in the future. PlayStation has been rapidly increasing its output in recent months for the PC, as it seeks to expand the audience for its IP. Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection releases on PC next week, and potential Returnal PC leaks have been all over the internet lately too.
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