PlayStation has released its first trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PC.
The trailer is only about 30 seconds long, and a small disclaimer at the beginning notes that the footage shown is in alpha, but despite that, everything looks great so far. No particular features were mentioned or revealed in the trailer, so it’s mostly about showing how genuinely good the graphics look.
While no specific release date was confirmed, the trailer did reiterate the fall release window, which we’re already more or less in. With the recent announcement that Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is coming to PC on October 19, it wouldn’t be too surprising if Miles Morales releases after that date.
The first Spider-Man was released last month and several new features were added. These included things like improved shadows, ultrawidescreen support, ray tracing, an unlocked frame rate, and more. The graphics settings also had plenty of customizable options and features support for DualSense controllers and mouse and keyboard settings.
You can currently wishlist Miles Morales on both Steam and the Epic Games Store, though neither has much additional information.
Last month, PlayStation added a dedicated PC gaming section to its website, showing how the company really seems to be leaning into a platform it has long ignored. In May, Sony reported that it expects to make $300 million from PC launches this year.
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