Last week, Insomniac Games released an update for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales which enabled a new performance ray-tracing mode into the game. This means that gamers can now play the game at 60fps with ray-tracing features enabled at the cost of some city object quality being lowered. Good news for those who are playing the PS5 remaster of the 2018 game as Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered has also been updated with the ray-tracing performance mode.\n\nREAD MORE\n CDPR Apologizes For Terrible Cyberpunk 2077 Launch – Users Can Request Refunds\n\nInsomniac Games released the official patch notes for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered 1.002. The patch notes detail the new performance mode along with some improvements to the ray-traced reflections.\nNew Features\n\nAdded Performance RT Graphics Mode\n\nFixes & Updates\n\nImproved quality and performance of ray-traced reflections\nAddressed various progression stoppers and stability issues\nAddressed various art issues\nAddressed various audio issues\nAddressed an animation issue while web swinging\nAddressed an animation issue while in Photo Mode\n\n \nThe update is now live for PS5 users. It goes without saying that the patch is only available on the PlayStation 5. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered is included in the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition and can’t be purchased separately.