Nixxes has released a brand new update for the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. According to the release notes, the October 6th patch adds support for AMD’s FSR 2.1 and Intel’s XeSS techs. Moreover, it improves the quality of NVIDIA’s DLSS tech.
Going into more details, Update 1.1006.0.0 fixes some flickering issues in ray-traced reflections when DLSS or DLAA is enabled. It also makes changes to address performance degradation when using raytracing. Additionally, it packs minor visual fixes for some cinematics in 32:9 aspect ratio.
As always, Steam will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered October 6th Patch Notes
- Added support for Intel XeSS upscaling technology.
- Updated AMD FSR to version 2.1.1.
- Made changes to address performance degradation when raytracing is enabled.
- Changed VRAM budgets to allow for more video memory usage.
- Added Connect to PSN option in the menu.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the screen to turn black when switching to DLAA after DLSS had been set to Ultra Performance mode.
- Fixed corruption in ray-traced reflections at low render resolutions when screen space reflections are also enabled.
- Reduced flicker in ray-traced reflections when DLSS or DLAA is enabled.
- Fixed corruption in ray-traced reflections on Intel ARC GPUs.
- Minor visual fixes for some cinematics in 32:9 aspect ratio.