Will Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered Support Ultrawide Resolutions?
Want to know which resolutions the game will support?
Ah, the age-old question regarding PC ports: will it support ultrawide resolutions? Truthfully, I've been there, too! When I had a super ultrawide monitor (with a 32:9 resolution), I always wanted every game to support it. Thankfully, it's slowly becoming a commonality for games to release with resolutions supporting ultrawide and its numerous aspect ratios. So the question is, will Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, the PC port for the much-anticipated and award-winning Sony title initially released as a PlayStation 4 exclusive, receive ultrawide support?
The short answer to this is yes; the upcoming PC port will support the ultrawide resolution. As many ultrawide aficionados will tell you, however, supporting only one ultrawide resolution isn't enough on its own anymore, as even our community has been split between those that love wide, ultrawide, super ultrawide, and beyond — apparently, 48:9 resolutions are a thing now!
Thankfully — as seen in previous PC ports for games such as God of War and Days Gone — Sony has every intention of using the PC's power to the fullest and taking advantage of what it can do in comparison to the PlayStation 4. Thanks to that, Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered supports a ton of ultrawide resolutions! Whether you want to turn your head more than Regan MacNeil from The Exorcist with 48:9 and 32:9 resolutions or prefer the "less is more" approach with 21:9, Sony's got you covered! Officially, the supported resolutions to swing across New York are 16:9, 16:10, 21:9, 32:9, and 48:9!
So there you have it; every resolution that Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered will support. I, personally, can't wait to have a super ultrawide monitor once again, as I can only assume swinging around in the city of New York while having a broad view is going to be mesmerising. Not only that, but you'll also be able to abuse it to claim to have more of a Peter tingle! Sorry, Spider-Sense!