There is no end to the great autumn for PC gamers looking for PlayStation exclusives this year. Having just released Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves on Steam and Epic Games Store on 10/19, it is now time for Spider-Man's standalone expansion featuring Miles Morales to follow up after the collection.
In return for 50 euros, PC players will be able to play all the features that PS5 players were able to enjoy, along with improved ray tracing with a focus on the reflections of the sun and moon. DLSS 2.0 and DLAA have also been added to the PlayStation PC port, which makes it compatible with wide monitors.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is coming to PC on 11/18.
As of the third version of the software developed for RTX40 graphics cards, the Deep Learning Super Sampling feature can only be used with RTX40 graphics cards.
Artificial intelligence can now achieve 4 times better performance results using the more Tensor cores on the new DLSS 3 graphics so that it can achieve better Ray Tracing performance results. The Spider-Man Remastered PC release this summer, one of the 35 titles using the new DLSS, clearly illustrates that point.
With DLSS 3 enabled, Spider-Man will run roughly twice as well as before with an average of around 200 FPS on the RTX 4080 graphics card. And it will be the same with the Miles Morales expansion, which is officially confirmed for the fall of this year.
Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered is the most successful PC title ever on PC. Aside from the overwhelmingly positive (Overwhelmingly Positive) reviews, analysts predict that no other PS title has sold as much as Spider-Man.
This is not surprising, because Spider-Man is still the best-selling PlayStation exclusive on PS4 today. Studio Nixxes, which also developed the PC port of Insomniac's Spider-Man, prepared as many as 5 classes of graphic settings for practically all groups of players.
Practically everyone will be able to play it, from those with weaker machines to enthusiasts who have spent thousands of euros on their PC.