It’s been a month since Sony revealed that the Marvel Spider-Man Remastered made its way to PCs and we’re finally getting more details about it now. Sony has teamed up with Insomniac Games and they both seem to pull out all the stops on this port. They will support DLSS, DLAA, ray tracing, ultra monitors and much more. A new trailer has also been released for the Spider-Man Remastered PC version. Keep reading to learn about the new features introduced in the PC version.
Good news for those who have hardware that supports ray tracing, as -tracing reflections are available all over the game. The reflections will be available in different quality levels, including a new ray-traced mode that comes with a higher quality. Thanks to NVIDIA’s DLSS, the graphics performance will be greatly improved if you use one of the GeForce RTX GPUs, as these will use special Tensor core AI processors. There’s also NVIDIA’s DLAA, an AI-based anti-aliasing mode specifically for GeForce RTX gamers. This will drastically improve the image quality.
Some time ago, gamers were limited to having only output resolution options. Now, however, gamers have a wide range of display ratios to choose from. This also includes the ultra-wide 21:9, panoramic 32:9 and NVIDIA Surround multi-monitor setups. Rendering systems will also be made more customizable, giving gamers more options on algorithms and quality levels such as the SSAO, texture filtering, LoD quality, and shadows.