Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered On PC via Steam, the second update got this week after the first one released just two days ago. While this first update was largely geared towards fixing bugs and other issues that players reported regarding the settings the PC platform allows, this latest update has added some of the same new graphics settings for players to play with.
Two of these new settings come in the form of sharpness sliders. One slider connected to the game upgrade feature has been added while the other slider controls the overall sharpness of the game similar to the one players will find in picture mode.
Outside of these sharpness sliders, another new setting is the option to force the game to display in one of two different aspect ratios for those who want to play Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered In wide view format. The rest of the update detailed in the patch notes below deals heavily with bug fixes again.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered v1.824.1.0 Patch Notes
- Sharpness sliders added to upgrade NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR 2.0.
- Sharpness slider that controls Sharpness has been added in-game.
- Added option to force aspect ratio to 32:9, 21:9, etc.
- Post rates have been adjusted for crowd and traffic density settings, to better reflect different situations.
- Implemented a fix for a bug that transformed objects into distorted geometric shapes.
- Steady white artifacts appear around buildings as they swing across town.
- Fixed several crashes related to ray tracing, including a crash that could occur when enabling ray tracing on computers with Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs.
- Various visual fixes related to ray tracing in a very high geometric detail setting.
- Fixed a bug that was preventing some players from progressing in the Spider-Hack quest.
- Fixed black dots and pixelated artifacts on characters when using Dynamic Resolution Scaling with AMD Radeon GPUs.
- Enable gyroscopic aiming on Steam Deck for Black Cat Stakeouts and interactable objects.
- Various UI fixes for Steam Deck.
- Fixed an issue preventing the game from launching when the installation folder contained non-Latin characters.
- Enhanced field of view and cinematic blur transitions.
- Improved error handling when folder access control prevents game start.
- Various visual fixes for ultra-high-resolution aspect ratios and multi-screen settings.
- Various fixes related to mouse and keyboard controls.
- Stability fixes related to dynamic resolution scaling in combination with AMD Radeon GPUs.
- Various stability fixes and improved registry.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is now available on PC via Steam. You can check out our review of the game here along with some Steam Deck impressions.