Sony has released the first trailer for the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
The port, which is being dealt with by Nixxes, is slated to launch in fall/fall 2022, although Sony has yet to provide a firm release date.
The trailer shows some clips from around the game, with a final list confirming that the title will be released on Steam and the Epic Games Store.
Originally released in 2020 at the PS5 launch, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a spin-off from the main Insomniac web-swinging series.
The game takes place around Christmas in New York, which gives the city a unique look compared to 2018’s Spider-Man.
Spider-Man Remastered was released last month, and was the biggest UK PlayStation launch to date. First-week sales were 26% higher than Sony’s previous flagship PC sales, which were in January God of War, according to GSD data published at GamesIndustry.biz.
VGC’s Spider-Man Remastered review for PC said the game has never looked better, and its support for Steam Deck has enabled players to experience it in a new way.
“While Spider-Man Remastered doesn’t fix all of the PS4 outing’s problems on the web (stealth missions are still a nuisance that interrupts any game), the open world has never been more fun to swing or look better,” said our review.