Comparison Marvel’s Spider-Man PS5 vs PS4: this is how the remastering improves

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered It’s one of the main topics of conversation this week in the PlayStation universe. The game, which will come this November 19th exclusively for PS5 (only sold within Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition or as an extra payment in Miles Morales standard), will have multitude of new features on the technical level; including a modeling of Peter Parker that even changes his face. This is how the 2018 game has improved compared to the remastering.

Because leaving aside criticism for the new modeling of the young man from Queens, this time looking younger to resemble the actor he is based on, Yuri Lowenthal, the changes are very noticeable. From lighting to the presence of more elements on the screen, draw distance and even tonal variety, now with more chromatic difference. They promise almost instantaneous loading times, ray tracing and leveraging the technology of the new controller, the DualSense, which will incorporate haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. In this Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered the three DLC of The city that never sleeps.

It should be said that the materials used to make the video of ElAnalistadeBits are promotional in the case of remastering; It is not the end game. According James Stevenson, Communications Director for Insomniac Games, the title will look better than what we currently see on screen.

November 19 in stores at Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Editon

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered it will not cross-save with the PS4 version; therefore, we will not be able to transfer our original progress to the remastering. Sony argues that the presence of new trophies and the amount of changes between the original and this one have made this function impossible. We solve all the doubts about the confusion between versions of Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales in this article.

Both the game and PlayStation 5 Y PS5 Digital Edition will be launched on the market on November 19th in Europe; November 12 in the United States, Mexico and Japan. The console will be priced at 499 euros and 399 euros, respectively; reservations are already open, although at the moment all the portals are sold out. We do not know if there will be more units before departure.

References | The Bit Analyst; James Stevenson

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