The fact that Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is really coming to PC these days was first announced by Nvidia, which is preparing support for DLSS 3.0 with Sony, and then by one of the developers of the PC port from Nixxes studio.
After presenting the RTX40 generation of graphics cards and the RTX 4090 and 4080, Nvidia demonstrated support for DLSS 3.0 in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered.
(DLSS) Technology - Nvidia
Deep Learning Super Sampling in its third version is exclusive to RTX40 graphics cards.
Thanks to the greater number of Tensor cores on the new DLSS 3 graphics, artificial intelligence is capable of 4 times better performance results in real-time, with Ray Tracing. And that can be seen quite well in this summer's PC release of Spider-Man Remastered, which is one of the 35 announced titles with support for the new DLSS.
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.
By the way, 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.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Now Miles Morales has been confirmed with an official 30-second teaser trailer.
Miles Morales will continue Sony's strong lineup of PC games this fall (exact date unspecified), headlined by Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on 10/19. Miles Morales delighted us as an expansion in 2020 upon the release of PS5.
Both technically and by action. Miles is an excellently written and characterized character, and the story, although shorter, will keep you in front of the monitor for about 10 hours at a lower price than usual for other PC titles.