It was quite a time for a Spider-Man fan who happened to get a PS5 over the last two weeks. Not only did we get Miles Morales, we also got a full remaster of the 2018 title, which was just as good as the original game. But it wasn’t without some issues technically (and no, I’m not talking about the new Peter Parker face)- but Insomniac seems to have fixed many of those issues.
An issue has somewhat plagued the game since its initial launch where trying to resume the game from the PS5’s rest mode was causing issues that included hard crashes. The newest update, 1.001, is now live and addresses that. It’s the same update that allows you to transfer your PS4 save of the original game, too. Alongside all that is also some fixes to animations, accessibility and ray tracing. You can see the full patch notes below or via the official support site through here.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is available now on PlayStation 5 via purchasing the Ultimate Edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. As of now, there’s no announced way to get the game standalone. The original title is available on PS4.
- Added ability to download save games from Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) to Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
Fixes & Updates
- Improved quality and performance of ray-traced reflections
- Addressed various animation issues
- Addressed various environment art issues
- Addressed various accessibility issues
- Addressed a stability issue when resuming from Rest Mode