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Sony shows the benefits of Ray Tracing with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

Spider-Man has never looked better

Sony shows the benefits of Ray Tracing with Marvelâ??s Spider-Man Remastered

Sony shows the benefits of Ray Tracing with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

Alongside Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition, PS5 users will gain access to Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, a refined version of the game's PlayStation 4 version. 

In a recent blog post, Sony has confirmed that this Remastered versions of Spider-Man will feature "new assets, technology, and updates", which will include "ray-traced reflections and ambient shadows". The game also features a 60 FPS performance mode on PS5. 

Above and below, we have images which showcase the graphical benefits of Spider-Man's Ray-Traced Reflections, which allow the game to feature true reflections on windows and other reflective objects. This transforms the look of Marvel's Spider-Man, taking the game's visuals to a new level. 

PS5 players will also be able to access a 60 FPS performance mode, which will enable faster framerates to enable smoother gameplay. At this time, it is unknown how this is achieved, or if this change will result in the game running at a lower resolution or with other graphical downgrades. 

On PS5, Spider-Man will also benefit from near-instant loading times, making fast travel even faster. The game will also benefit from Sony's Spatial 3D Audio on compatible headphones and haptic feedback on Sony's PS5 controller. Marvel's Spider-Man will also feature a new photo mode, which will be the same as the one that's present within Miles Morales. 
   

Sony shows the benefits of Ray Tracing with Marvelâ??s Spider-Man Remastered  

 
Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered will also feature a recast face for Peter Parker, replacing John Bubniak with Ben Jordan. The PS5 version of Marvel's Spider-Man will benefit from higher fidelity skin, eye, and teeth shaders as well as individually-rendered strands of hair for many characters. 


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Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release alongside Sony's PlayStation 5 console on November 12th. In the UK and Europe, the PS5 will launch on November 19th. 

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02-10-2020, 11:15:59

Dicehunter
Looks great although I'm not sure why they had to change Peter Parkers appearance and actor completely for a version of the game that's basically just a graphical upgrade.Quote

02-10-2020, 13:06:12

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Looks great although I'm not sure why they had to change Peter Parkers appearance and actor completely for a version of the game that's basically just a graphical upgrade.
Maybe they dont have the rights to use his face.Quote

05-10-2020, 17:08:47

TheF34RChannel
Wish Sony put everything on PC as well, this looks great.Quote

05-10-2020, 17:17:32

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Maybe they dont have the rights to use his face.
Quite possible.

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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Wish Sony put everything on PC as well, this looks great.
Yeah this would be immense on PC !Quote
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