Sony has announced the PC ports for the two Spider-Man games that the company has released for PlayStation consoles since 2018. The ports are made by Nixxes and both will be released this year. The first game should be released on August 12, followed by Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
PC versions will get mouse and keyboard support and more graphics settings, such as display settings and ray tracing. More features and details Sony says To be revealed later. Sony hasn’t given an exact release date for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, as the company is now only announcing fall 2022.
The Spider-Man game was originally created by Insomniac Games. The first game was released in 2018 for the PlayStation 4, and two years later a modified version with graphic improvements was released for the PlayStation 5. This new version comes to PC and also includes the story expansion The City That Never Sleeps.
Miles Morales is part of the first Spider-Man game and it was released in November 2020 for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This game is not about Peter Parker’s version of Spider-Man, but about Miles Morales. This superhero has been bitten by a spider and thus has the same strength as Peter Parker.
Insomniac’s Spider-Man games have been well received, in part because Smooth gameplay, story and atmosphere† So far, 33 million copies of the two PlayStation games have been sold, Sony reports. Nixxes are responsible for the computer ports. This Dutch company was acquired by Sony last year To be able to transfer more PlayStation games to PC† In the year 2025, like this thirty percent From all first-party PlayStation versions for PC. Insomniac is now working on Spider-Man 2.
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