Marvel’s Spider-Man & Miles Morales both coming to PC in 2022

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Marvel’s Spider-Man will swing onto PC this year, along with the follow-up Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Sony has confirmed in the aftermath of its June 2 State of Play event.

Insomniac Games’ PlayStation exclusives, Marvel’s Spider-Man and its offshoot Miles Morales title will both debut on PC in 2022. The Remaster of the first game is set to launch on August 12, 2022, while the latter will launch in Fall.

The first game, originally launched on PS5 as a remaster of the 2018 PS4 title, while the second launched in 2020 simultaneously on PS4 & PS5. Both will follow the likes of God of War and Horizon: Zero Dawn in making the jump to PC.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man swinging to PC

As shown during the State of Play showcase, you can check out the trailer below:

According to a tweet from the developer, the game will come to both the Epic Games Store and Steam. The ports are being co-developed by Nixxes, with the studio being acquired by Sony in 2021.

The PS4 original version of the first title was critically well-received, hitting an 87 on Metacritic on PS4, before being ported to PS5 alongside Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

The story, which is set in an entirely new universe, picks up with Peter Parker already established as Spider-Man and battling Martin Li, also known as Mr Negative.

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A sequel is on the cards, too, with Sony revealing an early trailer at State of Play last year, alongside the developer’s interpretation of Wolverine. The developer was acquired by Sony for $229 million dollars in 2019.