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Sony’s New Spider-Man Will Run At 4k 60 Fps on The PS5

Sam Arnold



The Playstation 5 plays catch-up with PCs as it confirms Spider-Man: Miles Morales can run at 4K 60 FPS on the new console.

Gamers looking forward to the Playstation 5 now have another thing to keep them excited. You can choose to play Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales at 4K quality, and 60 frames per second. If you’re a console gamer who wants to play games with PC graphics, then you might wait for the PS5 later this year. 

The Graphics Upgrade of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Developers Insomniac Games posted this news on Twitter. They also label the “optional” graphics boost as the game’s “Performance Mode.” Modern consoles still have to catch up with PCs in terms of graphics, but the PS5 seems ready to leap into the future.

How Does Spider-Man Look In 4K 60 FPS?

Watch the game’s trailer here and see for yourself. Gizmodo says that “Performance Mode” is still a long way from PC-quality graphics, but it is a step forward. Moreover, other “GPU-intensive effects” will be disabled to run the game at 4K 60 fps. But what matters is you can play Spider-Man at 4K 60 fps.

Why Does 4K 60 FPS Matter?

If you’re a PC gamer, you must take graphics quality for granted. But it’s a big thing for console gamers. More frames per second means players can do actions more precisely. For example, players in first-person shooters can now make split-second shots to win the round. For the graphics nut, more frames mean you can see “more subtle movements.” 

However, as of now, only Miles Morales seems able to make it to 4K. Gizmodo reports that Ubisoft’s new Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla defaults to 30 fps on the Xbox Series X. Check out the new Spider-Man, and other Sony-exclusive titles, when the PS5 launches in the 2020 holiday season.

Arnold is a senior British tech reporter at Tekrati. Before joining Tekrati, Arnold worked as an editor for his University Newspaper, writing sharable content for a student audience. Sam loves movies, running, and anything written by Oliver Sacks. The drink he chose is tea, which he does not recommend in large quantities.

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