Marvel's Spider-Man PS4 Saves Can Now Be Transferred to Spider-Man Remastered on PS5

Insomniac Games has pushed a new update live for Marvel's Spider-Man that allows you to pick up where you left off on PS5.

November 23, 2020

As one of the launch titles for the PS5Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered brings Insomniac’s acclaimed superhero title over to the next-generation consoles with a number of improvements and enhancements. However, after fan criticism regarding not being able to import saves from the original PS4 version of the game, Insomniac has introduced the ability to carry over progress to the remastered PS5 release and addressed some of its known technical issues.

Developer Insomniac Games has announced that a new update for Marvel’s Spider-Man has gone live that lets players export their save from the PS4 title and bring them over into Spider-Man Remastered on PS5. Additionally, the latest update also introduces various bug fixes and improvements, including an update to the reported crashes caused by putting the PS5 into Rest Mode while playing the game.

Compared to the original 2018 release, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered implements a number of changes, most notably a new face model for Peter Parker that more closely resembles actor Yuri Lowenthal, which has met a mixed reaction from fans. The remastered version also introduces a few new Spider Suits for players to equip, such as the suit from The Amazing Spider-Man and more, alongside support for ray tracing and the option to prioritize visual quality or performance while playing.

Marvel’s Spider-Man is available now on PS4, with the remastered version of the game also available now on PS5.

Have something to tell us about this article?
Let us know

or Comment Below

LOGIN to Comment
LOGIN to Comment

Gaming Trailers

Stellaris | Aquatics Species Pack Release Trailer
Crusader Kings III: Royal Court | Date Reveal Trailer
Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

Read more of Ryan's articles

Got a tip?

Let us know