With 2018’s Spider-Man out of the way, it’s time for the newest Spider-Man, Miles Morales, to make his way to a new platform. Sony and Insomniac Games announced the Wall Crawler team’s arrival to PC in June of this year.
In 2020, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a spin-off and sequel to the original Peter Parker-starring game, was released for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Miles has a unique set of special abilities in addition to the typical Spider powers, including the use of electricity and camouflage.
Ray-traced reflections and shadows, a wide range of graphics options, upscaling methods like Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR, and support for ultra-wide monitors are all features of the new PC version. The following list includes the system requirements for various choices:
This release also boasted a high degree of customizability thanks to the addition of fully rebindable mouse and keyboard controls by porting studio Nixxes. Visit this page to learn more about how challenging it was to add this feature to an action game that was designed with a gamepad in mind. Speaking of controllers, DualSense support is present with adaptive triggers and haptic feedback, just like in many other PlayStation games on the PC, but only via a wired connection.
The game’s integration with Steam Input options allows it to support a wide range of additional peripherals with a high degree of customization.
Miles Morales’ version of Marvel’s Spider-Man is now $49.99 on Steam and the Epic Games Store. The Last of Us Part 1 Remake is the next officially scheduled release for the PC, though a Returnal PC version has been the subject of numerous leaks in recent months.