A (semi) new face in the Spider-Man sky: Insomniac have a new voice and face model for their PS5 remaster of Marvel's Spider-Man, and well – he looks kind of familiar … huh?
Is that Tom Holland in the PS5 remaster of Marvel's Spider-Man? No, not quite: the new face and voice model for Peter Parker is not Tom Holland, albeit Ben Jordan looks quite similar to the newest Spider-Man at least in the game. Like developer Insomniac Games in one official blog post explains, Jordan's facial features would be a better match for motion capture actor Yuri Lowenthal, who embodies Peter Parker in Marvel's Spider-Man in-game.
So the upcoming PS5 remaster of Marvel's Spider-Man won't just come with it 60FPS and Ray tracing run, but also let a completely different Spider-Man swing through New York. Insomniac Community Director James Stevenson explains further changes in the blog:
“We also make full use of other PlayStation next-gen features, for example the ones, so to speak non-existent loading times (Don't worry, you can still check out the hilarious fast travel animations if you miss them!), spatial 3D audio on compatible headphones and that haptic feedback and the adaptive triggers of the revolutionary DualSense wireless controller. "
Marvel's Spider-Man Remaster for free in Miles Morals Ultimate Edition
If you missed Marvel's Spider-Man or would like to start a new run on the PS5, the Ultimate Edition of the stand-alone Miles Morales may be worthwhile: Here you can get a voucher for the Spider-Man remaster. Two birds with one stone, so to speak.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales will appear as a launch title exclusively for the PS5 on 19th November 2020. The remaster of Marvel's Spider-Man will appear at the same time, but you can also play the older PS4 title on the new console – so no matter which Spider-Man you want, you can swing it through the PS5.