PC release date for “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” announced by Sony

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Sony and Insomniac Games announced today, Thursday, that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be released for PC on November 18th. You can now pre-order the game on Steam or the Epic Games Store for $49.99.

Similarly to other Sony computer versions, the company continues to release its exclusive games, or what were exclusive, on the computer platform, with improvements, such as Miles Morales, which will have a number of special features available only on a personal computer. According to Sony, the game is “fully optimized” for ultra-high-resolution screens, supporting 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9 aspect ratios (“for triple monitor setups”). With the game, you’ll be able to play ray tracing reflections, experiment with graphics quality options, and take advantage of upscaling technologies such as Nvidia’s DLSS 3. In addition, you will be able to take advantage of controller-specific features such as trigger feedback, haptic vibration, and resistance if you connect a PS5 DualSense controller. Here is a table with the recommended specs from Sony and Insomniac Games.

Sony will release Miles Morales for PC as part of its growing PlayStation library. In August, Sony released a premium version of Spider-Man Part 1, and next week, it will release Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.

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Miles Morales isn’t listed as being verified to run on Steam Deck yet, but it’s expected it will be eventually; Spider-Man’s first part works great on Steam’s gaming laptop, which is rapidly becoming the new PlayStation Portable with a plethora of exclusives being released.

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