Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered detailed

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered detailed

Included with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition coming November 12, 2020.

We were so excited to announce that a voucher code for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered will be included* with the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition on the PlayStation 5 console. This is a full next-gen remastering of Marvel’s Spider-Man – the team has been carefully crafting the definitive version of the game with new assets, technology, and updates. We’re taking advantage of next-generation technologies that the PlayStation 5 console introduces, as well as bringing some additional features to the game, including three new suits.

Let’s talk about graphical updates. The team has done the painstaking work of updating the city’s environment to take advantage of the new console. Beyond improved models and materials, one of the biggest things we have brought to the game is ray-traced reflections and ambient shadows. We now have true reflections on the windows of buildings, and it looks stunning with our new skies and weather.

But it’s not just the environments; our characters have also gotten a huge upgrade. From higher fidelity skin, eye, and teeth shaders to individually-rendered strands of hair, the new tech and detail brings our characters and their performances to new life.  

This does bring us to one of the bigger changes. In order to bring the best performances to players with our next-generation Marvel’s Spider-Man games, we have recast the face of Peter Parker. We loved working with John Bubniak on the original game; however, to get a better match to Peter Parker/Spider-Man actor Yuri Lowenthal’s facial capture, we have cast Ben Jordan to be the face model for Peter Parker on the PS5 console. He looks incredible in-game, and Yuri’s moving performances take on a new life.

Here’s a clip of one of our most powerful scenes from the first game, when Peter arrives to work to find his boss and mentor, Otto Octavius, working on the arms that will come to define him.

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered detailed

Additionally, thanks to the power of the PS5 console, we’re now able to offer a high frame rate through Performance Mode, which targets a 60fps frame rate! This allows you to experience the beginning of the Marvel’s Spider-Man storyline like never before. It feels amazing to play. Here’s a quick clip.

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered detailed

That’s not all! We take full-advantage of other next-generation PlayStation features like near-instant loading (don’t worry, you can turn back on those humorous fast-travel animations if you miss them), Spatial 3D Audio on compatible headphones, and the revolutionary DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.  We’ve also brought new photo mode features to the game that we developed for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: you can now place lights in the environment and change your Spider-Suit after you’ve lined up your shot! 

Oh, speaking of Spider Suits… here you go:

That’s right, The Amazing Suit has arrived as one of three new suits in the game. It’s the perfect suit to wear as you attempt to earn the Platinum trophy in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered.


 We hope this helps explain why we’re so excited for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered.

Now, how do you get access to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered? As mentioned above, it’s available as part of the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition. Read on below for more options.

Here are your various options for purchasing Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, as well as the pre-order bonuses we are offering.

What’s in the package:

The Standard Edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be available physically and digitally on the PS4 console and the PS5 console.  It retails for $49.99/€59.99 MSRP. You can pre-order digitally here.

The PS4 version of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales offers a free upgrade path to PS5 Standard Edition. And if you purchase or upgrade to the PS5 Standard Edition, you can take advantage of a paid-upgrade offer from the in-game menu to download Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered**.

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

In addition, on the PS5 console we have the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition which includes a voucher code* to download Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. It retails for $69.99/€79.99 MSRP and you can pre-order it digitally here.

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

In the US and Canada only, we have additional “launch” physical editions of the game for both Standard Launch Edition and Ultimate Launch Edition (Launch Edition includes a voucher*)! These copies are available in limited quantities only so don’t delay. The launch edition includes a voucher for early unlocks of two suits, including the T.R.A.C.K. Suit by Marvel Artist Javiar Garrón, and a suit we’ll reveal closer to launch. You’ll also receive an early unlock of the Gravity Well Gadget, and three Skill Points to get a jump start on your progression.

For those buying digitally, or outside of the US/Canada, you also can receive those same early unlocks by ordering now. We’re very excited to offer a great pre-order bonus when you pre-order the game from a participating retailer or from PlayStation Store. That includes both suits, the Gravity Well gadget and three Skill Points.

We can’t wait to see the photo mode shots the community creates! And we are so excited for you to experience the continuation of the Marvel’s Spider-Man storyline when Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales launches GLOBALLY on November 12, 2020.

You’ll be able to download Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered at the PlayStation 5 console launch when you purchase the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition physically or digitally for $69.99/ €79.99 MSRP. We can’t wait to see the photo mode shots the community creates!

*Account for PlayStation Network, and internet connection required for code redemption. Code expires 01/01/24.
**Owners of the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS4 game disc can access this offer by inserting the disc into their PS5 console. PS4 game disc owners who buy the PS5 Digital Edition disc-free console will not be able to access this offer.

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  • The remaster and the new Peter Parker model look amazing. Can’t wait to play it when it comes out!

  • The Peter Parker change is so unnecessary. Looks like a downgrade.

  • The face recast is excellent!! good job incomniac!!

  • Ruined! I’m out ✌🏻

  • Hate the new face and the reason you gave is such a cop out. As for the game paid, it’s looking great but i don’t agree with the pricing model. Shame to start next gen like this.

  • Why the f did they ruin his face? Why so much work on a remaster when they should be working on a sequel? Why can’t we upgrade for free like we can with cyberpunk and tons if other games? Why are you guys getting greedy like xbox did last launch?

  • Is performance mode ps5 supposed to looks worse than ps4 pro?

    Bricks look worse

  • Love you guys, but the face change was uncalled for and just doesn’t look right. Please, fix it.

  • If I buy marvel’s spiderman miles morales for the ps4 and then upgrade it for the ps5, can I still buy the remaster through the upgrade? And if yes, will the game and the remaster together cost more than just buying the ultimate edition?

  • Welp, i’m no longer buying this game for my PS5.

  • Honestly, there needs to be an upgrade path for Spiderman PS4 owners. It’s not cool to stick it to the people who supported you in the first place. We are the reason why you were successful with this endeavour and you owe it to us not to feel locked out of the progress of the franchise. Seeing as you are a PlayStation first party, I believe that upgrade should be free. But since business is what it is, at least give us a $15 USD option to upgrade the PS4 to the PS5 version on that console.

    Otherwise, I’ll just wait a year for Spiderman Miles Morales Ultimate Edition to drop in price and get it then.

    Kindly.

  • Yea PS4 design is better in my book. It looks like they were going for MCU peter here which doesn’t fit. I hope this is not the model from here on out and is just a one time thing

  • I’m curious about the 3D audio being available on certain headphones. Which headphones are those? Is this feature only available with the new ps5 pulse headset, or will Sony’s other wireless headsets like the Platinum or Gold versions work as well?

    I’m wondering if I need to put another 100 into the pulse headset.

  • Ouch, that face does not match the voice at all! Rest is looking shiney but a 15 y/o Peter face with an adult’s voice and facial expressions that don’t move, that’s a solid nope from me there. I loved having an adult looking Spiderman before and that sounds nonsense about face mapping to the vocal performance, was so good in the original I am only now finding out that the voice artist wasn’t the face model, that can’t be the real reason. But yeah such a weird choice esp given the past MJ & Black Cat relationships in the game, very creepy they both were into the 15 y/o kid look.

  • I literally do NOT understand why or how this change could even remotely make sense. We have games like The Last of Us Part II that does facial capture better than ANY game currently, yet Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson look NOTHING like Joel and Ellie. So I really don’t understand. Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4’s Peter Parker was on iconic status and millions of people were already well acclimated to him even on reveal!! This change is way too jarring and drastic too work. I really want to know the real true as to why this didn’t work out with keeping John Bubniak as Peter’s model. Insomniac- please for the love of God- don’t let 2020 have it’s way! Forget the updated expressions- the original wasn’t too bad anyway…. please change it back….

  • To whom it may concern,

    the following will be an incoherent incohesive rant induced by the previous change.

    As consumers we do not have much to say. Any company any corporation is willing to put more and more pressure on the consumer. Squeeze out every little amount of money we have. Individuals who appreciate something are not important anymore, contrary to the companies narrative. “Wherever, Whenever, Forever.” “Fun, Anyone?” “Greatness Awaits” “This is for the Gamers”. Whilst the consumer, game actually, are just some kind of segment that is to me manipulated.
    We have been seeing shifts through the generations, presented to us as “progress”. Games can be more, games can constantly develop, games can keep going, games can look/sound/feel better, games can have endless content. What you did not tell us is, these games can get more generic, looking to captivate us with uncanny mechanics, driving us to gambling, beta testing, buying incomplete games, trying to convince us that not owning a game but rather license it via one download is more convenient for us. Making us think, that a game is a consumable, its something we “binge”. “Games are too long” “too expensive” “too complex”, while you sell us most of the time subpar experiences.
    Opening up a store for indie developers and flood the gates. Pointing to those creatives, whom mostly rehash classics, trying to invoke feelings of when we were children during the 1980s and 1990s with 8Bit 16Bit games. Making anyone growing past the Millenium “wallow” in nostalgia. Just to have one after another and another and another of same game, in mind numbing numbers, making us tired and those games get lost in time and to drown in mediocrity, with some pearls.
    Games were to most of us more than just some kind of worthwhile entertainment. We would sit in dark rooms and play Resident Evil for the first time and get scared. See Squall on the train. A blown mind seeing Tekken fighters on your own TV at home. Link consoles and computers together to play against each other, sit on couches to game together. One having a magazine open and guiding the other. Draw tracks of racing games from memory on napkins while waiting for dinner.
    We got older, the scenery changed, games got more complex, another generation, more possibilities. Slowly and constantly creeping this mentality “make it big, blind them, give them little bits, catch them”, “let them pay for a service they are used to get for free”, “they do not own the game, when we decide what they play and when.” “look at this nice thing, you can have it for the next 48 hours, but please do not forget to pay” “you do not want to see this empty slot here, only 3,99 and this slot is filled with a character, that was actually free the first 4 games, but you can do so so much more now” “We changed the appearance of the game a litte, changed the visuals, we thought it is too provocative for you. Yes yes, we know you are an adult, but morals have changed over the last 30 years. Time for you to adjust”
    This is the way the industry is going, I am feeling constantly on the edge of leaving and never to return. Return to a system that does not care about any of us or our morals. What is truly right and wrong. An Industry, white the sole purpose to generate a steady stream of income to make their shareholders happy. Not to set standards with their consumers, go the extra mile, ensure we enjoy every second and have our best interest in mind, while respecting our maturity. We can make decisions for our own, it is not up to the company. Then there are games, I do not want to miss on. I like how the first games made me feel, what kind of story they told. How the music in the trailer impressed me. I know the studio never disappointed me. The concept is so intriguing I have to go with it. Uncharted Series, Horizon Zero Dawn, Gravity Rush Series, Final Fantasy Series, Assassin’s Creed 1, GTA 4, Red Dead Redemption, Persona 5, God of War 2018 and Spider-Man to name a few.

    Spider-Man as a game is special to me, because of its story, character portrayal, world building, etc. Now the main character gets changed because the face does not match the voice? It matched it fine to me. I did not think for a second it should be changed. Neither should you have. Not all might have thought, it is not fine, that is not the Spider-Man they imagined, but nobody can deny it worked well overall. I am really excited, or rather was about Miles Morales. I did not know much about the remastered, so I was happy to get it with the PS5. Now seeing that new face, I have to assume it is the face that will appear in Miles Morales. I do not want to play it like that actually. We are not talking about some side character that got somehow adjusted some, we would not pay much attention to. You know yourself, how terrible such changes were in TV Shows, when the Actor changed between seasons. It is not the same. This something dear to me, maybe more than it should. I remember getting excited about it. I took a very long break from work to get the game on release day. I never cared about getting Platinum in a game, any trophy for that matter, I got one here. I do not buy DLCs for any game, bought some for this. It made me feel with Peter and made me emotional during the end. I congratulate you for achieving that. That is the why this is so much harder for me now.

    I am getting tired, tired of everything changing, not for the better but the worse and nobody gets heard. You could stop gambling mechanics in games, alas it is more important to hide body parts from our gazes. Me at my age is getting tired of this all.

    Thank you for making it through the ramblings of a aged confused man.

  • Absolutely hate the new face for Parker. He looks stupid and too young.

  • Guess I’ll be buying seeing i never beat the original

  • Will I be able to get the new suits if i already have the ps4 version?? Or will i have to get the remastered version?

  • New Peter Lol, Hopefully DMC5 Changes Nero’s Face Model, He Looks Like Justin Bieber🤣

  • So what about the people that can’t get the ps5 early where thier an update to marvels spider man on ps4 to get those suits

  • What a DUMB MOVE SONY!!! 3rd parties are giving the upgrade for free… Just because you guys won the console war this current gen doesn’t mean you are gonna win next gen too. Remember xbox is the superior hardware and have acquired a new studio too. GREED WILL FALL xbox learned their mistakes but seems sony forgot.

  • Yes! The Amazing Spider-Man Suit! So excited to put it on and put a beat down on some bad guys.

    Hope The Amazing Spider-Man 2 suit is 1 of the 3

  • What a DUMB MOVE SONY… 3rd party are giving upgrades for free. Remember you are the inferior hardware next gen with the same price to a much superior xbox next gen. They bought Bethesda to try even out the exclusives you got this current gen. So better think twice now and not make the same mistakes again. If this trend of sony exclusives cost me more money continues then Id rather buy the more superior hardware next year since they will gonna have new exclusive too with bethesda.

  • All of these editions are needlessly confusing. I’m going to be getting a PS5 on launch day and to my understanding, if I buy sackboy as well as this game on PS4 I will also get a PS5 copy, but there is still no confirmation on whether that is a digital or physical copy. Furthermore, sackboy is really confusing because they make it seem like the only physical version of the game that gives me the PS5 upgrade is the $90 one with the sackboy plush. if I buy both of these games digitally right now on the PlayStation store will I get a PS5 upgrade and why isn’t this in the description?!?! Seriously this is so stupid, dedicated PlayStation fans will be more than happy to give you more money if they need to but this is all just too much.

  • $69.99/ €79.99 – is that a mistake? Shouldn’t it be the othey way round, since € has a bigger value than $?

  • Wow! Recasting the actor for not even a sequel but just an “upgrade” is a giant kick in the balls. Low blow man.

  • I usually don’t question changes like this but you don’t mess with classic Parker. He looks like a freshman in HS at best.

  • Change Peter back! Nobody asked you to change how he looked. I’ve played the PS4 version so many times, John Bubniak’s face is the one I now associate with Spidey. This is just jarring. I cannot bring myself to buy the remaster or the Ultimate Edition if this is what you’re doing with it.

  • If I get the PS4 version of the game and when I eventually get a PS5, do I have to pay to get the remastered first Spider-Man game? Or will that come automatically?

  • Very Nice & Amazing

  • It’s kind of pointless for me if I can’t transfer my saves from the PS4 version and start NG+.

  • I’ll buy it used later. Much later.

  • So, instead of buying the Ultimate Edition, and not be able to playing MM on PS4, you can preorder MM on PS4, automaticaly have it upgraded on PS5 and being able through in game option to buy the Remastered Spider-Man. Cool.

    I really don’t get people who lose their minds over Peter’s new face. The game is like 99% in suit (swinging, fighting etc) and 1% cutscenes. We’ll see something different as we play the game. Why is that so bad? People just want to vent their anger everywhere…

  • Wow….
    $69.99 for US customers, €79.99 (which is more than 92$) for the EU

    It really seams like you don’t need the EU market which was your traditional stronghold after Japan.
    I really doubt anyone will go with PS in EU this generation with this game prices.

    • I agree with you that that sucks, but it still is good value if you consider 40€ for each game.

      Marvel’s Spider-Man: GOTY is 49.99€.

      Still, the Americans got a even better deal apparently.

    • Also, you forgot to take sale taxes into account.

  • I just pre-order a game for a system that I don’t yet own. I mean, LOL.

    Last time I was this excited for a new console it was for the the first PS. And this time I’m coming from my fave console of all time, the Ps4.

    Please Sony don’t let me down! XD

  • Hahaha… Blog moderator deleting my post about the 23$ price difference between EU and US :’)
    No insults, no bad words, no bad tone, just pure facts.

    Speaking about how low can you go…

    I’m reporting this to officials. I hope that someone there still values the customer opinion.
    Delete this comment again.

  • I’m buying it, looks too good not to.

    I like Tom Holland as Spider-man, you would have to be blind to not see that as the main reason to change the model. Sony has the rights to Spider-man for films, makes sense to try to have one version in both films and games; gives them leverage when dealing with the House of the Mouse (Disney.) That being said I absolutely loved the old Peter model and wish he was an option to play. I like Peter to look a little older and a bit more seasoned and worldly wise.

  • Why does it cost 49$ / 59€ ? When 1$ = 0.85 €… o.O

    Shouldn’t the game price be the same or cheaper ? If you convert 49 $ to € should be around 42 ( 41.71 € ) ….OK with taxes and everything let’s say 49 € but 59 € ? So the game in Europe cost 69.3 $ wtf Sony ?

  • I think it is a bit of a cheek asking us to pay twice for the same game for only for a few minor changes. I will not be buying the game a second time. At least give the digital owners a full upgrade to the PS5 version. Microsoft is doing it for all their games with Smart Delivery.

  • This new Parker looks waaaay too young to have the fatherhood issues in the DLC.

  • This is really uncomfortable for me i mean come on man i feel sad not seeing john bubniac but i do look forward to seeing a brand new actor it just is too abnormal for me

  • So I buy a disk and get one game Miles. I get a code in the ultimate edition for the second game, Spider-man remastered, or buy from in-game menu. I lend the disk to a friend or sell it. Can I still access Spider-man remastered? Or do you still need the disk to launch your digital Spider-man remastered? For an expansion to a base game I could live with losing access to the DLC, but as a separate digital game, if I pay for it, I want it in my library forever.

  • I could barely handle the changes in characters going from Uncharted 2-3 to 4. Here it’s just a completely new character. Not appreciated.

  • Why not release it as standalone PS Store game, then?

  • It doesn’t look like I can buy Spider-man Remastered as a completely stand alone product, right? I’d pay $20 for that. I have the disc version for PS4 and the platinum trophy. But the only way for the remastered of the base game is as an add on to Miles Morales?

    The messaging on this is interesting.

    Also making Spider-man look even younger is definitely a choice.

  • LOL, I call BS. The original expressions showed concern when Doc Oct was wearing the prosthetics. This new one looks like a fanboy trying to act professionally in front of his mentor.
    I connected emotionally to every facial reaction in the original one and granted, this clip was short but it feels detached from the original performance.
    I am really not amused by any of it.

    I agree that it’s a copout to try and make him look like Tom Holland. Worse is, John Bubniak looked more mature. The new character looks about the same age as Miles in the 1st game. Was he also rendered to look younger?

  • Fix Peter Marvel’s Spiderman PS5

  • This was a bad decision to try and incorporate 2 different universes. I understand the idea of trying to capitalize on the success of the MCU by trying to add the Thom Holland Spiderman. This is not an improvement to the game in any way. This is a hopeful improvement in your sales, plain and simple. It’s a shame because the original game is almost perfect. I really hope you kept the code and fix your obvious blunder. Shame

  • So excited!

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