Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Spider-Man Remastered updated in 60fps raytracing mode

Insomniac games We are releasing a 1.002 update for Marvel’s Spider-Man remastered on PS5, bringing the game a 60fps ray tracing mode. The original story continues. New update for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales brings a 60fps ray tracing mode to the game. On PlayStation 5.

Prior to today’s update, which has already been released, PS5 players had to choose between resolution mode and performance mode. The resolution mode featured 4K visuals with ray tracing, while the performance mode gave priority to stable 60fps and dropped ray tracing. Players can now take advantage of both modes with the new “Performance RT” mode, which has both 60fps and raytracing.

This new mode adjusts scene resolution, reflection quality, and pedestrian density to achieve ray tracing at 60 fps, as described in the mode’s in-game instructions. The word “adjust” in this description probably means “lower.” This may be noticed by some players, but Miles Morales is so fast paced that it’s 60fps more than poor quality reflexes and minimal pedestrians, especially when swinging in New York City. And you will see the benefits of ray tracing. ..

The update has already been released and weighs about 262MB. After downloading and installing the update, restart Miles Morales, go to the visual settings in the game’s main menu and select the new Performance RT mode. As with the previous two modes, you can also switch between this new mode and the game’s resolution mode from the Start menu while playing the game.

This news arrives on the same day that the PlayStation announced Miles Morales was the number one game It’s at the top of the PS5 download chart for the first time on the PS Store. Miles Morales defeated other November titles such as Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, PS5 exclusive Demon’s Souls, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.For more information on the game, check out the official Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales vinyl soundtrack released yesterday, then read the official IGN Miles Morales review. Watch IGN’s Miles Morales Performance Review video to see what the game looks like on PS5, PS4 Pro, and PS4.

Wesley LeBlanc is IGN’s freelance news writer and guide maker. He’s sad that this update came after he had already won the game’s platinum trophy.You can follow him Twitter @LeBlancWes..

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