Sony has revealed the Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC release date, and it's sooner than you might think. Miles swings his way onto PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on November 18th, complete with a whole host of new PC-specific improvements and additions.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales originally launched for PS4 and PS5 back in 2020, serving as a launch title for the PS5. Now, it's finally arriving on PC, and much like its predecessor, it's bringing a range of graphical and technical improvements and tweaks with it. These include ultrawide support, raytraced reflections and shadows, and DLSS upscaling tech.
Per the official PlayStation blog, Miles Morales on PC will have lots of graphical options to choose from. You'll be able to change up the overall level of detail, crowd density, and rendering modes for fullscreen and windowed views, among other things.
Sony has also released the full PC specs for Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and as you'd expect, you're going to need a pretty beefy rig if you want to run the game at its full potential. Even running it at Very Low settings and aiming for 30fps at 720p resolution requires a GTX 950 or higher, and if you want Ultimate settings with raytracing at 60fps in 4K, you're going to need an RTX 3080 and a staggering 32GB of RAM. This ain't an easy game to run.
Naturally, you'll also be able to customize your control options for both mouse and keyboard, and controller, and if you're hooking up a DualSense, you'll get haptic feedback and adaptive trigger controls too. If you pick the game up ahead of launch, you'll get access to the T.R.A.C.K. suit and a suit inspired by the excellent Into the Spider-Verse movie. You'll also get early access to the Gravity Well gadget and three skill points to start you on your way.