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News video games 03 June 2022, 09:25

author: Martin Nothing

Marvel's Spider-Man Series Coming to PC

Sony is increasingly expanding its range of games for the PC. Now one of the best game series from last-gen consoles will be coming to this platform.

PC players will get another big hit known from PlayStation consoles. On August 12 this year they will be able to play Marvel's Spider-Man.

What's more, in addition to the refreshed version of Peter Parker's adventures, PC users will also receive Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The premiere will take place this fall.

Studio Nixxes Software, which was recently acquired by Sony, will be responsible for preparing the PC version. Senior development director and founder of the company, Jurjen Katsman, spoke about the importance of working on this project.

"I am extremely pleased to be working with Insomniac Games on Marvel's Spider-Man. Their involvement is inspiring to us. The team has the technical expertise and focus to create the best possible experience on PC with all the exciting possibilities that the platform has to offer."

For now, we haven't learned too many details about the PC versions of both installments of Marvel's Spider-Man. However, we know that Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered on PC will also receive a DLC with story missions, as well as various challenges for players. Both titles will also support mouse and keyboard controls.

What else can we expect from the PC versions? Surely the games will receive support for 4K resolution and ray tracing. I would not be surprised if in the coming weeks Nvidia and AMD confirmed support for DLSS and FSR 1.0 or even FSR 2.0.

During the presentation we also learned that the Marvel's Spider-Man series has sold more than 33 million copies worldwide. Its appearance on personal computers will certainly make this result even more impressive.

Martin Nothing

Martin Nothing

He began his writing adventure in the now non-existent Mobilny Swiat. Then he wandered around various technology services. Although he is not a typical gamer, and has only Football Manager on his computer, he finally ended up on There is not a day when he wouldn't watch reviews of new smartphones, that's why he initially wrote about all kinds of technology. Over time, however, he shifted his interests more towards cinematography. An NBA fan who believes that Michael Jordan is better than LeBron James, and that basketball from the 90s was more pleasing to the eye.


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