Sony had only been sticking to late 2022 as Spider-Man: Miles Morales‘ PC release window, but now the port has a more specific date. It will be coming out on PC on November 18 for $49.99.
Miles Morales, unsurprisingly, has many of the same features as the PC port of Insomniac Games’ other Spider-Man game. It’ll support ray-traced reflections, ray-traced shadows, ultrawide monitors (21:9, 32:9, and 48:9 aspect ratios), Steam Input, DualSense controllers, Nvidia DLSS 3, Nvidia DLSS 2, Nvidia DLAA, and Nvidia Reflex, the latter four of which impact performance or visual quality. It’ll also have more common PC features like settings that tweak texture quality, level of detail, crowd and traffic density, field of view, and whether it runs windowed or full screen.
Nixxes Software, Sony’s recently acquired PC port house, noted that the game is designed to scale well to low systems and portable PC devices all the way to high-end rigs. The studio even listed specific rig requirements and specs on the PlayStation Blog.
People who pre-order the game will get early unlocks to the T.R.A.C.K. Suit and Into the Spider-Verse Suit as well as the Gravity Well gadget and three more skill points. These can all be unlocked through normal gameplay and were the same as the pre-order bonuses found in the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 releases.