Spider-Man: Miles Morales has finally made its way to PC after being locked to PlayStation consoles for over two years. To mark this occasion, Sony has released a launch trailer for the game, showing more of the port in action.
This trailer was captured on PC and goes through a fair bit of cutscenes and some gameplay in just around 90 seconds. This video doesn’t run down its features, but Sony has previously broken down what enhancements this version holds like ray-traced reflections, ray-traced shadows, ultrawide monitor support, and more. It has also been verified to run on the Steam Deck.
Miles Morales swings to the PC four months after the 2018 original came to the platform. Spider-Man 2, however, is only currently slated to come PlayStation 5 in 2023.
After releasing PC ports of God of War, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and the two Spider-Man games in 2022, Sony has run out of announced PC versions. However, it has been all but confirmed that Returnal will be launching on the PC in the near future.
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