After having reached 33 million sales.
PlayStation and Insomniac have announced that the Spider-Man titles are coming to PC later this year. The announcement was made during the State of Play presentation that was part of Summer Game Fest on 2 June.
The PC port of the titles will support a keyboard-and-mouse setup and a controller, and will also support more PC-specific features such as adjustable render settings and ray-traced reflections. More details in regards to the supported features and settings will follow later, says Insomniac Games. Spider-Man Remastered will also include the DLC named 'The City That Never Sleeps', which features three more story chapters in Peter's journey.
Both games will make their way to PC this year, with Spider-Man releasing on 12 August 2022, while Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be released later, in the Fall of 2022. The Spider-Man ports will be optimised with the help of PlayStation Studios partner Nixxes Software, which was acquired by Sony Interactive Entertainment last year.