After all, you’ll be able to transfer your existing Spider-Man saves to your PS5 remaster •

However, you will have to wait for updates after the release.

Developer Insomniac will change its stance on Spider-Man saves and provide PS4 players with a way to transfer progress to the next remastered version of PlayStation 5 as part of a future update.

Initially, Insomniac told Spider-Man players that existing PS4 saves wouldn’t be compatible with the new PS5-only remastered version-available to anyone buying or upgrading Spider-Man’s new £ 70 Ultimate Edition. Masu: Mile Morales-that is, you need to restart the experience from the beginning.

so New message posted on TwitterHowever, Insomniac has announced a change of mind. “I’ve heard. # A future update for SpiderMan PS4 will add the ability to export what you save to Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered.” This update is now remastered as the PS5 launch title. It will be released before and after Thanksgiving a few weeks later.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man PS5 ray tracing analysis by Digital Foundry.

Existing players who don’t want to wait can now launch a new remastered version (praise Spider-Man’s Tom Holland-style makeover) or currently through PlayStation 4 backward compatibility until a save compatibility update arrives. You can continue to save.

Insomniac also revealed that the Thanksgiving update will move Spider-Man’s PS5 exclusive Spider-Man outfits, including arachnid riders and advanced armored suits, to the PlayStation 4 version.

Spider-Man: Remastered includes visual, audio, and performance improvements in addition to the base game and its extended content. Digital Foundry recently scrutinized one of the most notable additions, ray tracing, before the game was released shortly alongside the PS5.

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