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Sony finally reveals about the Spider-Man Remastered which will consist of a major change from the original version. The character model for Peter Parker will look entirely different. He will be resembling Tom Holland who currently portrays the movie Spider-Man.


Here’s the glimpse of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered for PS5


Insomniac Games said that the change is made because of the new face model, Ben Jordan might be the better match for Peter Parker or Spider-Man voice actor Yuri Lowenthal’s facial capture. The sudden increase in the popularity of Holland portrayal as spider-man seems to be a suspicious coincidence.

In this tweet, you might find the exact difference between the characters of the original and remastered one.

Yuri Lowenthal was the portrait of the previous character in the original game.

Also, today Bryan Intihar the Creative Director at Insomnia shared a bit more about their decision on changing the looks of Peter Parker.

A blog post by Sony also revealed about the Spider-Man remastered will be having a performance mode. This mode will allow the players to play the game at 60fps. In the below trailer you will get a glimpse of the action in the trailer. However, it seems to be pretty impressive.

The blog further says that the game will be having near-instant loading, support for the DualSense’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers and 3D audio on specific headphones, however, Insomniac didn’t say how.

Spider-Man Remastered will come with the $69.99 SpiderMan: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition. It will release on November 12th along with the PS5. Spider-Man remastered will be playable only on the PS5 and only as a part of the Ultimate Edition bundle. Therefore, you cannot purchase the game alone. Also, your progress will not be synced with the remastered version.

Spider-Man Remastered will be playable only on PS5.


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