Source: Sony Interactive Entertainment
What you need to know
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales originally featured two gameplay modes: one with ray-tracing, one with 60 FPS support.
- Insomniac Games has now provided a third mode with lower resolution, 60 FPS and ray-tracing.
- The developers are looking into providing this mode as an option in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered.
At launch, Insomniac Games' Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales had two different modes available on PS5. Performance mode targeted dynamic 4K at 60 FPS, while the visuals mode allowed 4K with ray-tracing, with a drop to 30 FPS. Now, Insomniac Games has added an additional option, lowering resolution, texture quality and crowd density to achieve 60 FPS and ray-tracing.
James Stevenson, community director at Insomniac Games, confirmed the news on Twitter:
In our review, editor Russell Holly said that Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is "…everything you love about the first game, with an incredible new story and loads of improved gameplay mechanics." It's currently available on PS5 and PS4.
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A different kind of Spider-Man
Insomniac Games captured the hearts of players everywhere with its forray into the Marvel universe with Spider-Man for the PS4. This sequel isn't a full-fledged game, but you'll get to play as Miles Morales, who gained his spider powers at the end of the first game, and save New York.
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