Spider-Man: Remastered PC is coming to PC on August 12 via Steam and Epic Games Store. Here are all the details.
Spider-Man: Remastered PC now has a launch date! After being a PlayStation platform exclusive for four years, developer Insomniac Games is bringing the Spider-Man game to the PC platform, albeit with some tweaks. The game will be released on PC on August 12 and can be purchased through Steam and the Epic Games Store. The studio also revealed that the sequel, Spider-Man: Miles Morale, is also coming to PC later this year — in the fall season. Not many details are known about the second game yet.
Spider-Man: Remastered PC versions will include all of the downloadable content offered by the PS5 version. The game comes with impressive graphics features as seen in the trailer for the PC version. The gameplay will be largely similar to the PS5 version, but players can get better and improved graphics.
Spider-Man: Remastered PC Coming August 12
Jurjen Katsman, Nixxes Founder and Senior Director of Development, said in a statement: “I am delighted to partner with Insomniac on Marvel’s Spider-Man series, the shared support our teams provide and their commitment to quality is above all inspiring. It allows our team to leverage our technical expertise and focus on creating the best possible PC experience taking advantage of all the exciting possibilities the PC platform has to offer. Our team is always Being huge fans of Insomniac’s work and working with them to bring Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales to PC in the best possible way is something we’re incredibly excited about.”
Note that these Spider-Man games aren’t the first titles to come to PC from the PS5 console. Earlier we saw titles like God of War, Days Gone and Horizon: Zero Dawn already available on PC.
Likewise, we’ve seen a number of Xbox titles appear on the PC platforms as well. However, Xbox is now releasing these titles on PC as these days are like its console counterparts. A prime example is the duo of Forza Horizon 5 and Halo: Infinite, both of which were available on the Steam store from day one of availability.