Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered and Miles Morales Headed to PC This August

Spider-Man Remastered comes out on August 12, 2022 while Miles Morales is set for launch later in Fall 2022.


Marvel’s Spider-Man series, previously exclusive to the PlayStation platform, is now headed for release on PC. As revealed in last night’s State of Play, Insomniac Games is bringing both Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered as well as Spider-Man: Miles Morales to PC soon.

In a PlayStation Blog post, Insomniac Games have confirmed a host of new PC-specific features coming to the game such as adjustable render settings, ray-traced reflections, and much more to be announced later.

Insomniac is partnering with Nixxes to develop and fully optimize both games for PC. Spider-Man: Remastered is confirmed for launch on PC on August 12, 2022, while Miles Morales is scheduled for launch later in Fall 2022. The series will be joining the likes of other great once-exclusive titles on PC such as Death Stranding, Horizon Zero Dawn, and God of War.

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Spider-Man Remastered Release Date for PC Announced

Marvel’s Spider-Man’s PC release will also include the “The City That Never Sleeps” DLC, which features three additional story chapters with Peter Parker as the protagonist with additional missions and challenges. The game comes out on PC on August 12, 2022, and is sure to be a big hit with PC players.

Insomniac Games has also confirmed that as of May 15, 2022 – Marvel’s Spider-Man series has sold through more than 33 million copies globally,  making it one of the biggest first-party titles for Sony. PlayStation has been focusing on bringing more first-party titles to PC and given the kind of success games like Death Stranding, God of War, and especially Horizon Zero Dawn has seen on the platform –  SIE plans to bring a lot more to the table soon.

The PC fanbase will likely embrace the series with open arms as both games are technical powerhouses that can take advantage of powerful hardware on PC. The more interesting challenge, however, is if the game’s controls and swinging mechanics translate well to a mouse-and-keyboard setup.