Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be released on PC on November 18. Earlier this year, Sony announced the port, but did not say a release date. The game is available on Steam and the Epic Games Store for $49.99. The port provides visual upgrades over the PS5 version.
The game includes several ray tracing options and is fully optimized for ultra-wide screens. Nixxes Software writes, which created the PC port. It supports aspect ratios of 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9 when using three monitors. The game also includes DLSS 3 support with GeForce RTX 40 GPUs. DLSS 2, DLAA, and NVIDIA Reflex are also supported.
The PC version of Spider-Man: Miles Morales also features customizable keyboard and mouse controls and controllers. If a player uses a PlayStation DualSense controller via a USB cable, they’ll get the “full DualSense controller experience,” including haptic feedback, Nixxes promised. Pre-orders for the game are now starting. Players who pre-order the game will get two packs, early access to the Gravity Well Tool, and three additional skill points.
Miles Morales is a spin-off from Insomniac’s first Spider-Man and was released in November 2020 for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This game is not about Peter Parker’s version of Spider-Man, but about Miles Morales. This superhero has been bitten by a spider and thus has the same strength as Peter Parker.
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