spider-man miles morales for pc release date on steam: Miles Morales, the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man, has been given a release date. The Spider-Man sequel will be available on Steam on November 18, with new features and enhancements designed specifically for PC gamers.
If you have not seen Into the Spiderverse (which you should, by the way), Miles Morales is an alternate-universe Spider-Man. As with Peter Parker, Morales can shoot webs, climb walls, and get tingly sensations when he is about to be crushed by a falling building, but unlike Parker, he can also go invisible and shoot light. That is because spiders are capable of doing those things.
As with Spider-Man Remastered, Insomniac has ensured that Miles Morales will deliver the kind of experience PC gamers have come to expect. This means that ultra-wide aspect ratios are supported up to 48:9 for those of you who have three monitors (although cinematics are only supported up to 32:9). It includes ray-traced reflections and shadows from outdoor lighting as well as DLSS support, including DLSS 3 for Nvidia’s new RTX 40-series cards. The program also offers settings for “texture quality and filtering, level of detail, crowd and traffic density, field of view, windowed, full screen, and exclusive full-screen rendering modes.”
Minimum PC requirements call for 8 GB of RAM, a GeForce GTX 950, and an old phone processor. Ray-tracing at 1440p requires an RTX 3070, an Intel Core i5-11600K or Ryzen 7 3700X and 16 GB of RAM. Maintain a free space of 75 GB. DualSense controllers with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers will be supported, and all controllers can be remapped to suit the player’s preferences.
In addition, pre-order now for some in-game goodies, including the TRACK suit and the Into the Spider-Verse suit, early access to the Gravity Well gadget, and three skill points.