Insmoniac Games has released the Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered update 1.005 this August 21, and this seems to be only for the PS5 version of the game (PS4 is is still at 1.19). Given this is an unannounced update, don’t expect anything major from this patch.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered Update 1.005 Patch Notes:
While Insomniac Games has not released any official patch notes just yet, we reached out to the studio, and a rep told us that the patch is for:
Adds some stability and ray tracing improvements.
That’s about it for this patch. If things change or more stuff about it surfaces, we’ll update the post.
If you haven’t booted the game in a while, update 1.004 was released in February this year, and here are the changes in that patch:
Fixes & Updates
- Addressed an issue where Spider-Man’s directional throw would not respect player input
- Improved stability
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