Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered PC Trailer Confirms 48:9 Ultra-wide Support

Spider-Man (2018) PC
Spider-Man (2018) PC Sony

Sony surprised everyone by announcing that Spider-Man Remastered will be coming to PC on August 12. Not much info about the port was revealed though.

Insomniac Games has now rectified that oversight. A PC Features trailer was released just now that gives us information about the technical aspects of the game; the PC version will feature several advantages over the PS version.

PC Features

The game will have robust graphics quality options for players to customize, including the performance-boosting NVIDIA DLSS and image quality-enhancing NVIDIA DLAA technologies. Players can also expect improved shadows and ray-traced reflections, assuming that you got the hardware for it.

Marvel’s Spider-Man will be great for ultra-wide monitors. The trailer confirms that the game will support various UW resolutions, including 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9.

This game plays great on a controller, that’s why the developer made sure that even the PC version supports haptic feedback and dynamic trigger effects. However, these extra features will only work with the PS DualSense controller connected via a wire. The mouse and keyboard will also have several customizable control options.

    Spider-Man PC Pre-Order Bonus
    Spider-Man PC Pre-Order Bonus Sony

    Pre-Order Bonuses

    Unlike previous Sony releases on PC, the Spider-Man PC version comes with pre-order bonuses. If you pre-order the game before August 12, you will get these pieces of content:

    • Three-suit pack, including the Iron Spider Suit, Velocity Suit, and Spider-Punk Suit.
    • Early access to the powerful Spider-Drone Gadget.
    • Five Skill Points to unlock abilities from the start of the game.

    The game is now available for pre-order via Steam and Epic Games Store for only $59.99. The price tag might be a bit of a surprise for PC players as previous Sony releases were only $49.99.

    Spinoff PC Version

    Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered won’t be the last of the Spider-Man games that PC players will enjoy. Sony has already confirmed that the spinoff title, Miles Morales, is in development for PC and slated for fall 2022.

    So what do you think? Are you interested in the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered? Have you played the game on PlayStation before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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