But, “For clarity, you have to use a PS4 game to export your saves.”
Insomniac Games has released an update for Marvel’s Spider-Man to allow players to import PS4 suits and save them to Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered.
When news came out that players couldn’t import stored data from the original game, Insomniac complained, promising to provide players with updates “before and after Thanksgiving” (November 26, this year). We responded promptly.
Overnight, we released an update for Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4. You have the ability to export these suits and saves to Marvel’s Spider-Man remaster.
We’ve also updated Remastered to allow you to import exported saves and make a number of additional fixes (including rest mode crashes) https://t.co/LVnYVykc0Q
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) November 22, 2020
“For clarity, you need to use a PS4 game to export your saves,” confirmed community director James Stevenson. twitter The beginning of today. “Remasters can’t see saves until they’re exported by a PS4 game. That’s how.”
This update also includes “many additional fixes”, including a nasty rest mode crash.
Spider-Man: If you’re playing Miles Morales and wondering why you can’t stop at Chrysler Building, you can be a predecessor, and in fact a remaster of your predecessor, but developer Insomniac. You can see that is negotiating with the building rights The holder has broken down.
“When we created the representation of the city, we wanted to include as many landmarks as possible to make it more immersive,” explained Stevenson. “Marvel’s Spider-Man: As in the case of Miles Morales’ Chrysler Building, negotiations to use these locations sometimes went awry.”