Following the Spider-Man: Miles Morales update earlier this week, Spider-Man Remastered has also been updated with the new Performance RT graphics mode.
In addition to “Fidelity”, which currently features a late lacing effect at 30 fps, and “Performance”, which discards ray tracing and instead uses temporal upscaling from less than 4K to provide a game at 60 fps. , There is also a “Performance RT” mode.
The in-game instructions are as follows:
This is an alternative version of the 60 frames per second “Performance” mode that adds ray tracing by adjusting scene resolution, reflection quality, and pedestrian density.
You can set the graphic mode after selecting a save slot from the main menu or from the pause menu.[設定]As you can see in, if you switch modes, you will need to reboot from the checkpoint.
Just like Miles Morales, Insomniac balances the various parameters possible to provide this additional option. Performance RT reintroduces ray tracing from Fidelity mode, while Insomniac can compensate for graphics hits and sacrifices in other areas and increase frame rates up to 60fps. The resolution of the scene makes the game lower than the performance mode – at Miles Morales, the performance RT is currently the highest at 1440p – and probably uses time techniques to reconstruct higher resolution images. Reflection quality is also reduced, fewer rays are used, and resolution is lower, but importantly, it is more accurate and realistic.
Finally, reducing pedestrian density can also help. A quick dip in Miles Morales to see the new settings makes it easy to see that the number of pedestrians has decreased by at least 50%.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is only available on PlayStation 5 via Ultimate Edition as part of the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition bundle. There is no paid upgrade path from the PS4 version of the original game to the new remaster and it cannot be purchased separately. However, you can use the in-game options to purchase an upgrade from the standard version of Miles Morales to the Ultimate Edition and get a remaster. Does it all make sense?
Spider-Man Remastered is a major overhaul of the game engine to support PlayStation 5. This includes leveraging the console’s SSD to make fast moves and more super-fast, adding a 60 fps performance mode, and supporting raytraced reflections. Tactile feedback for the new DualSense controller, as well as Miles Morales. Insomniac also decided to replace Peter Parker’s face.
In a review of the original game, Gareth wrote:
Marvel’s Spider-Man does a spectacular job that makes you feel like the ultimate Spider-Man. From swinging the city fast to fighting by pulling an enemy army into the air with a zipper, the gameplay looks like a movie scene. It’s very well realized in its world, design, and even technically, and even the base PlayStation 4 has a short load time and a solid frame rate. If Spider-Man is yours, this is an essential purchase.
You can read the full review here.
Meanwhile, a review of the new cross-generation game gave Spider-Man: Miles Morales 8/10.
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