Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered November 24 Patch: Contrast Slider, NVIDIA Reflex Support, and More

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The post-launch support for Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered isn’t over just yet. Even after more than three months, the developer has released another update to address some lingering issues. The November 24 patch also brings some new features to make the game more in line with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

Today’s patch brings the game version to v1.1122.0.0. Two new sliders, namely, a Contrast slider and an HDR Paper White slider, have been added. From now on, NVIDIA Reflex will work on all compatible GPUs.

The game also received stability improvements and optimizations. The handling of finishers and other two-button actions are now much better. Visual bugs related to shadows and sunlight that occurred with AMD Radeon GPUs have been addressed, and using dynamic resolution scaling on Intel Arc GPUs won’t cause image corruption issues anymore.

The complete patch notes are mentioned below.

  • Added NVIDIA Reflex support for all compatible GPUs.
  • Added a Contrast slider.
  • Added a HDR Paper White slider.
  • Improved the way Finishers and other two button actions are handled.
  • Addressed visual bugs with shadows and sunlight that could occur with certain AMD Radeon GPUs
  • Fixed a bug that could cause image corruption on Intel ARC GPUs when using Dynamic Resolution Scaling.
  • Stability improvements and optimizations.

You can read the complete patch notes and developer’s notes via Steam.

Thanks to Steam Autumn Sale 2022, you can grab Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered for a cheap price. The sale price will set you back $44.99, but trust us, the game’s worth it.

If you like to play Sony games on PC, you have one more amazing game to look forward to. The Last of Us Part 1 is already confirmed to be in development for PC and should arrive soon. PS5-exclusive title, Returnal, is also heavily rumored for PC, though Sony hasn’t officially confirmed it just yet. Next year should see many more PS games coming to PC.

So, what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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