Last month, sony announced the arrival of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered on computer in an unexpected but exhilarating revelation. Although we already know the release date, the company is now slowly pulling back the curtain on more details regarding the planned title.
On the PlayStation Blog, a new post highlights not only the exclusive features and upgrades that we will see with the PC version, but also the full set of hardware requirements to run the game optimally. But, we also got to see some gameplay elsewhere.
In a new “Computer Features” trailer published on Youtube, we see the iconic wall-crawler swinging through the streets of New York, but this time the game is actually running on PC in real time. These are pre-alpha images, but that doesn’t take away from the excitement.
More importantly, however, insomniac games reveals that Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered on PC will feature improved shadows all around, as well as an unlocked frame rate. Additionally, the game also comes with native support for ultrawide displays and the PS5. DualSense controller, although you must have it plugged in to experience the full potential of its adaptive triggers and enhanced haptic motors.
Continuing the tradition, Sony has once again partnered with Nvidia to bring DLSS support for a new PC version. But, this time, NVIDIA also brings its DLAA anti-aliasing technology to Spider-Man. For those of you who don’t know, DLAA is just DLSS without the supersampling component. It is an anti-aliasing technology that uses the same basis as DLSS, so the end results are quite wonder.
Besides DLSS, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered will have ray-traced reflections on all compatible hardware. Again, the ideal choice here is NVIDIA RTX 20 Series and Series 30 GPU, but AMDit is RDNA2 The range should also be able to output a ray-traced image, but obviously the quality won’t be on par with what NVIDIA can achieve with Tensor cores.
Pre-order requirements and details
Now it’s time for the juicy bit – the requirements. You’d actually be happy to know that it’s not an extremely demanding game, but rather has pretty reasonable hardware benefits. To get the best possible experience, you will always need a RTX-3080 Where RX 6950 XT GPU, associated with a Ryzen 9 Where 12th Generation Core i7, but that’s for the “Ultimate ray tracing” preset that aims to 4K60.
The recommended requirements for a 1080p 60FPS experience are much more forgiving, asking only a “wretched” GTX-1060 or AMD RX580paired with a generations old Ryzen 5 Where Core i5 CPUs. If you’re looking for the bare minimum needed to play this game respectably, you’ll need a Core i3 processor (or its AMD equivalent), as well as a GTX950 (or its AMD equivalent). But that will limit you to only 720pand that too 30FPS.
Finally, it is important to mention that a pre-order bonus also awaits you if you have chosen to reserve your game in advance. There is a “item in pre-purchase return» containing 5 extra skill pointsalready unlocked Spider-Drone combat gadget and three Spider-Man suits—iron spider, Spider Punkand Speed.