Two weeks ago, Sony reminded us that Spider-Man Miles Morales is also on the way to PC, very shortly after the successful launch of Spider-Man Remastered. Now, we have an exact date, and Sony has revealed some of the game's PC-specific features – including support for both DLSS 2 and DLSS 3.
Spider-Man Miles Morales will be launching on PC on the 18th of November, giving players a new, shorter adventure in the streets of New York City. Miles has been training with Peter and needs to look after the city for a few days while he's away with MJ. During that time, Miles spends his time mastering his powers and trying to take down an evil corporation.
Like most other PlayStation titles on PC, Spider-Man Miles Morales will support a wide range of features. The basics, like ultrawide support and unlocked frame rates are there, as well as more advanced features, like Nvidia DLSS (2 and 3), DLAA, Nvidia Reflex, and ray-traced shadows and reflections.
The game also supports both mouse and keyboard, as well as gamepads. The game ships with DualSense features intact, so if you have the PS5 controller, you'll benefit from enhanced haptic feedback too.
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KitGuru Says: Miles Morales is fun and has some good character moments, but it is much shorter than the main game. We'll have to wait for Spider-Man 2 in 2023 to get the full sequel we've been hoping for.