Officially, Spider-Man Remake will be released on August 12, but depending on where you live, that might not be true. Studio Insomniac Games released the PC port’s global launch earlier today, so everyone can know exactly when we can start weaving webs around New York like trapeze.
For most players in the US and Europe, it’s August 12th. For some who live south of the equator, it’s the early morning of August 13th. Here are the official times:
Los Angeles (PDT): August 12 at 8 am
New York (EST): August 12th at 11 am
London (BST): August 12th at 4pm
Berlin (CEST): August 12th at 5pm
Dubai (GST): August 12th at 7pm
Tokyo (JST): August 13th at 12 am
Sydney (AEST): August 13th at 1 am
Auckland (NZST): August 13th at 3am
According to Insomniac Games, the preload feature is not yet available, but it will be soon.Meanwhile, you can check Spider-Man Remastered System Requirements See if you can run it first.
Some PC screenshots of Spider-Man Remake earlier this week Give way, confirm button remapping is enabled, and graphics options are greatly expanded (as they should be) compared to the PS5 version. That’s probably no surprise: early PlayStation PC ports, like Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War, also have all the features you’d expect in PC gaming, even if the former had some performance issues at launch.
As for what’s next in the PlayStation-to-PC line, The Last of Us Part 1 Coming soon, though it won’t be released alongside the PS5 version in September. Returnal and Sackboy haven’t been announced, but evidence suggests they’ll be coming to PC powerful.