As is well known, Spider-Man gets a remastered version, which will also be part of Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition. Now there is information about everything that has changed compared to the original.
So far, there hasn't been that much information about the remaster of Spider-Man, which is to be released together with Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It was more about the rather vague communication about upgrade and savegames.
Now the developers have made more specific comments about the improvements and changes to the remaster. Above all, Peter Parker is getting a completely new look. A pretty powerful change, especially since a different actor than in the original was used. Instead of John Bubniak from the original game, Ben Jordan is now used, which has already caused a bit of a stir on social media.
Bryan Intihar of Insomniac was forced to take a position in which he defended the deep encroachment, especially with regard to more believable looking characters:
“Today’s news about the new Peter Parker face model has surprised some of you, and we at Insomniac totally understand your reaction. Heck, it even took me awhile to get used to Peter’s new look. But as we discussed the franchise’s future and moving to the PS5, it quickly became apparent that delivering even more believable-looking characters made finding a better facial match for actor Yuri Lowenthal — who we all love as Peter — a necessity.”
Peter Parker is also the only character who has been changed in this way. What they all have in common is that the appearance of skin, hair and eyes is significantly improved. There are also new effects such as ray tracing and real reflections, but also new weather display. The features of the DualSense controller of the PS5 should also be supported, in order to give the game haptic feedback. There is also a feature in photo mode and three new Spider-Man outfits.