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Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered PC

PC users finally got to become Spider-Man this past Friday, August 12 when Mavel's Spider-Man Remastered was released on Steam, Epic Games Store, and other digital PC platforms. Over the weekend, Spider-Man found itself climbing the sales and concurrent player charts with relative ease. It managed to become the second largest PC release of a PlayStation game thus far.

According to the stats pulled by SteamDB, Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered saw a peak concurrent player count of 66,436 players. This placed it ahead of Horizon Zero Dawn at 56,557 concurrent player peak, but just shy of God of War's 73,529 peak. Another major PlayStation release on PC was Day's Gone, which hit a player peak of 27,450 near its release in May 2021.

We do not know how the actual sales figures line up between these titles though. Spider-Man released at a $60 (USD) base price, while God of War was $50. Without actual sales figures, and data from other storefronts, it's hard to say if Spider-Man or God of War had a bigger PC launch in terms of revenues.

Sony and their partners have so far done a fantastic job on most of these recent PC releases. It was a little rough going initially though, with several bugs plaguing Horizon Zero Dawn at launch along with Days Gone, but those issues have been addressed.

The next confirmed PC releases from PlayStation include Spider-Man: Miles Morales at some point in the fall and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection which has a vague "second half of 2022" release window. There is also some activity going on behind the scenes that suggests Returnal is also headed to Steam at some point in the near-ish future.