Sony has released the first trailer for the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
The port, which is being handled by Nixxes, is scheduled for release in the fall/autumn of 2022, although Sony has yet to provide a firm date for the release.
The trailer shows off some clips from throughout the game, with an end slate confirming that the title will be released on Steam and the Epic Games Store.
Originally released in 2020 at the launch of the PS5, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a spin-off game from Insomniac‘s main web-swinging series.
The game takes place around Christmas time in New York, giving the city a unique look compared to 2018’s Spider-Man.
Released last month, Spider-Man Remastered was PlayStation‘s biggest PC launch in the UK so far. Its first week sales were 26% above those of Sony’s previous major PC release, which was January’s God of War, according to GSD data published on GamesIndustry.biz.
VGC’s Spider-Man Remastered PC review said the game had never looked better, and that its support for Steam Deck enabled players to experience it in a new way.
“While Spider-Man Remastered doesn’t fix all the problems of the web head’s PS4 outing (the stealth missions are still an annoyance that interrupts any playthrough), the open world has never been more fun to swing around, or looked better,” our review said.