Spider-Man: Miles Morales Runs at 4K/30 FPS Fidelity Mode Or 60 FPS Performance Mode on PS5
As part of a detailed preview, the technical implementation of Spider-Man: Miles Morales on the PlayStation 5 was discussed in more detail. We have summarized the most important details for you.
In the course of today’s morning, we received a new gameplay video and fresh screenshots for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, with which we were able to take a look at the first boss fight.
In addition, the site GameInformer went into further details in a current preview of the PlayStation 5 version of the superhero adventure and pointed out that Spider-Man: Miles Morales gives us a first spectacular impression of what is happening is possible on the consoles of the new generation.
Among other things, the editors praised the ray-tracing effects, which optically take the superhero adventure to a whole new level. Also impressive is the fact that Spider-Man: Miles Morales on the PlayStation 5 gets by without loading times.
Regardless of whether you are completing a new mission or traveling to another point in the city via fast travel, on the PS5, you will not see a loading screen during the game. This technical aspect is underlined by the so-called Friendly Neighborhood Spider App.
This enables you to select activities or missions at the push of a button and tackle them without loading times. In the performance mode, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is displayed in dynamic 4K resolution with a smooth 60 FPS. However, if you want to play Spider-Man: Miles Morales in native 4K resolution, you will get your money’s worth with the Fidelity mode. Here, however, the frame rate is limited to 30 FPS.
Finally, it should be noted that Miles Morales has only just discovered his supernatural powers to not have as smooth animation as Peter Parker in Spider-Man from 2018.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales reached gold status a few days ago and will be released for PlayStation 4 on November 12, 2020. The implementation of the game for the PlayStation 5 console will be available on November 12, 2020.