Sony and Marvel have announced that a Marvels Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC port would be released this autumn. The open-world game, a spin-off to Marvels Spider-Man that features the teenage successor to Spider-Man in a new adventure, will be available on Steam and the Epic Games Store when it arrives this year.
Miles Morales is a standalone game that follows Marvel's Spider-Man adventures and is set in a winterised version of the Manhattan seen in the first game. He has many of the same basic abilities as Spider-Man and controls almost the same way, but he has his own twist on everything and a few new abilities to unlock as well.
Miles Morales begins off accidentally freeing Rhino while escorting a police convoy in Symkaria. With Peter Parker away to assist Mary-Jane on a reporting assignment in Symkaria, it's up to Miles to keep the city safe (and respond to requests for super-heros help at any time).
Here's the trailer:
Miles Morales is a slightly different story than Marvels Spider-Man, but the general consensus seems to agree that it's at least as good and well worth playing in any case.
As Axois reporter Stephen Totilo recently noted, Sony's PC ports of first-party PlayStation games have done well, so it's no surprise that the publisher would be eager to follow up the success of Spider-Man: Remastered on PC with Miles Morales.
Check out our review of Marvels Spider-Man Remastered PC to see what we thought of the port.