‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ is coming to PC on November 18th

You don’t have to wait much longer to play this Miscellaneous remastered Spider-Man game on your computer. That’s what Insomniac and Nixxes announced Spider-Man: Miles Morales Will be available on November 18th via the Epic Games Store and Steam for PC. The port features visual upgrades beyond the PS5 version, including ray-traced shadows for exterior lighting. It also supports PC-centric features, including ultra-wide monitors and DLSS 3 upscaling on GeForce RTX 40 cards. As you can imagine, however, the graphical splendor comes at a price – you won’t be able to get past a year-old system.

Miles Morales plays with just a fourth-gen Intel Core i3 (or its AMD equivalent), 8GB of RAM, a GeForce GTX 950-level card, and a traditional hard drive. However, you’ll get stuck at 720p with “very low” graphics settings. Recommendations jump to much newer hardware (including an SSD) if you want high detail, 4K, or any sort of ray tracing. And prepare to spend a small fortune if you want the “ultimate” ray-traced visuals. Developers recommend a 12th Gen Core i7 or 5th Gen Ryzen 9, RTX 3080 or Radeon RX 6950 XT Video and 32GB of RAM.

We wouldn’t buy a new PC just for that Miles Morales. However, the game was by far one of the best PS5 launch titles. Although it is shorter than the original Spiderman, it’s packed with well-developed characters and a vibrant neighborhood that you’ll want to save. Add in a few new mechanics (including invisibility and a bonus cat companion) and it’s worth a spin even if you’ve never played the first title.

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