The newly launched Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered on PC by Insomniac Games is making strides. Originally launched for the PlayStation 5, the port by Nixxes is hands down one of the well-worked ones. Unfortunately, much like every game release, the port had some minor shortcomings in the form of technical issues.
Fortunately, Insomniac games and Nixxes addressed some of these issues and delivered a fix through a new update. Patch 1.817.1.0 fixes several ray-tracing-related crashes happening since the launch. The patch also fixes the Windows version check to prevent false positives.
Other major fixes include visual improvements to HBAO+, a bug where ray-traced reflections in stainless steel were rendered distorted and several improvements to NVIDIA DLSS.
The patch also fixes a bug which froze the game when players switched between graphics presets during cut-scene, Alt-Tab-related stability improvements and tons of visual glitch fixes.
The patch note also confirms that the team is looking into some of the known issues. These include progression lock during the Spider-Hack mission, the inability to take pictures of the Empire State Building and more. It is advisable to read the patch notes to learn more about these issues.
In other Marvel’s Spider-Man-related news, the game had the second biggest launch for a PlayStation title on PC, right behind God of War. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is available to play on PlayStation 5 and PC.