If you can play Spider-Man Remastered at the highest level, you will have a very different experience by the light reflected from the buildings of New York.
If you can’t wait a few more days to see what Spider-Man Remastered will look like on PC, we have some images from the game’s review that have leaked online. These include the game’s graphics settings and key mapping menu, as well as some images of the game running on standard ultrawide monitors.
The graphics options of the game look quite impressive and complete, from the slider to adjust the FOV to options such as lens flare, bloom, vignette, motion blur, film grain, etc. Keyboard controls also exist. , although the game will probably play better on a controller because it was originally developed for Sony’s PS4.
In terms of the required configuration, gamers will be able to play Spider-Man Remastered at the highest level of “Ultimate Ray Tracing” if they own a GeForce RTX 3080 or AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT graphics card, and 32GB of RAM. When Ray Tracing is on, the game will certainly bring a very different experience because of the light reflected from the glass-filled buildings of New York.
Spider-Man Remastered will officially be released on PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on August 12, 2022.