Sony has yet to release an official PC port of its 2023 superhero action game, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. However, modders are now reverse-engineering the PC dev build of the game to make an unofficial PC version which is already running at a buttery smooth 60FPS. However, some work still needs to be done with the port’s textures and interface before it can be made available to the public.
As reported by PC Focus on Twitter/X, the unofficial Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 PC port is in development right now though it will be some time before players can try it out. The development video shows the game running at a smooth 60FPS on the unofficial PC port, though it’s missing textures for Spider-Man’s model and several buildings around the city. Those will be added at a later stage, though it will probably be completed long before Sony releases an official PC version.
An official PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is in development at Insomniac Games, though it’s likely still a long way out from release. At the moment, the game is only available on PS5 but that comes with some technical limitations that PC shouldn’t have a problem with, including a more stable framerate, higher resolutions and far more options to tinker the visuals.
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Insomniac is also working to add a new game plus to Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, which is currently scheduled to arrive this year. Due to a major leak that took place in December last year, we know that the developer has plans to expand the universe of Spider-Man (though we’ll refrain from posting that information in this article but we’ve laid it out here, if you’re curious).
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is currently available exclusively on PS5. An official PC version doesn’t have a release date yet.
Source: PC Focus