“Performance RT” mode was added in an update on Wednesday and is described as “an alternate version of the 60 frames per second Performance mode, adding ray-tracing by adjusting the scene resolution, reflection quality, and pedestrian density.”
Mile Morales’ other PS5 graphics modes prioritise either 60fps or ray-tracing at a lower framerate. These modes remain available after the latest update.
Developer Insomniac Games has actively updated the Spider-Man spin-off since its release last month. An earlier patch introduced ray-tracing improvements and additional fixes, including the resolution of a crash which occurred when putting the game into rest mode.
Currently, the only way to access Spider-Man Remastered is via the $70/£70 Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, which comes bundled with a download code for Remastered and all three instalments of the The City That Never Sleeps DLC.
Current-gen owners who purchase Miles Morales can upgrade to the ‘standard’ next-gen version for free or pay an additional $20 fee to receive the Ultimate version which includes the remaster.
VGC’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales review called it “a beautiful, satisfying game with a gripping story”.