Many fans, including myself, have been anxiously awaiting the release of Insomniac's Spider-Man.
Originally released for the PlayStation 4, the community either opted to not play it because of a lack of resources or decided to wait for a PC release. Now — with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered coming to PC — it's finally the time to experience it!
Thankfully, with each new PlayStation 4 exclusive release on PC, we're getting upgrades fitting for the powerhouse of gaming that the PC is (I will avoid making any mitochondria jokes). Features previously impossible due to the PlayStation 4's lack of power are possible! So here is everything new coming to Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered to honour the PC features so many of us long for!
Of course, thanks to the amount of power that PCs have, they can run games at a higher quality than the PlayStation 4 can. Preparing for this, the genius minds behind Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered have taken full advantage, and the game will feature higher-fidelity graphics. Not only can the game be run at higher graphic settings with 4k, but you'll also be able to tweak these to support lower-end PCs, making sure that Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered supports a wide range of machines.
Let's not forget one of the biggest complaints most PC lovers have when it comes to consoles: locked framerates. Spider-Man in the PlayStation 4 Pro featured a 30 FPS lock to make up for the console's weaker nature, but now on PC, players will be able to play with it unlocked! Increasing it to 60 FPS is an option, but extremely powerful machines will be able to surpass even that!
Performance Boosting & Image Quality Enhancement
For those graced by the gods with an RTX card (from the 20 or 30 series), you'll be able to boost your performance by utilising the Nvidia DLSS technology, which should help you run the game at higher resolutions with higher FPS! Meanwhile, Nvidia's DLAA — an anti-aliasing technology — will also be able to run with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, though chances are, it'll be a bit too heavy for it to be feasible!
Another one that's bound to make those that don't have an RTX card cry, Ray Tracing will be available with Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered's release! The enhanced shadows and reflection-based visuals are sure to look fantastic while swinging around New York!
Some argue that 4k is the greatest resolution, and others are right and choose ultrawide! Jokes aside, Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered is going to feature resolutions supporting ultrawide, with aspect ratios of 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9!
Those are all of the features coming to Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered! I'm personally the most excited about the upcoming ultrawide resolution, as I can't wait to get a super ultrawide monitor once again and experience New York from a brand-new perspective!