Sony has added PSN integration to Marvels Spider Man on PC
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Sony has added PSN integration to Marvel’s Spider-Man on PC, but it’s not very useful yet

forum users reset era I noticed this under the pseudonym dex3108 Patch 1.1006.0.0 The PC remaster of Marvel’s Spider-Man superhero action game now features PlayStation Network integration.

    Image source: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Image source: Sony Interactive Entertainment

The optional ability to link your Steam account to your PlayStation Network account grants Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered players an alternate costume, gadget, and two skill points.

In addition, the passage of the procedure will be made available to users on a regular basis “News, updates and offers from PlayStation Studios games on PC or PlayStation platforms”.

    If the items have already been unlocked and the maximum number of skill points has been reached, the player will not receive any binding bonuses

If the items have already been unlocked and the maximum number of skill points has been reached, the player will not receive any binding bonuses

After the release of the patch for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered on the official PlayStation website section opened “Stay connected to PlayStation” but the sign up button still doesn’t go anywhere.

Apparently, PSN integration will be limited to bonus content for Sony games on PC and newsletter subscription at this point, although players were hoping for cross-purchases and transfer of progress (trophies).

    Based on this image, PSN integration will soon be available for more Sony games on PC

Based on this image, PSN integration will soon be available for more Sony games on PC

The patch added support for Intel XeSS, updated AMD FSR to version 2.1, allowed the game to use more video memory, corrected reflections and performance drops with ray tracing enabled, and bugs in 32:9 format.

The PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered debuted on August 12 on Steam and the Epic Games Store. In the near future, the project will receive support for the intelligent scaling technology DLSS 3.

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