Spider-Man: Miles Morales Is Already a smooth game, But the new update will allow PlayStation 5 owners to push up graphics. Overnight release, Introduces a third graphics setting called “Performance RT” mode for the patch game. It adds Ray-traced graphics to the existing performance mode to allow for 60-frames per second of action, even with Ray Tracing.
So far, PS5 players have had to choose between fidelity mode, which runs at local 4K resolution with ray tracing at 30 fps, or Performance mode, Which reduces resolution and visual reliability (and eliminates ray tracing) to provide 60 fps gameplay. Performance Interpretation of the game for RT mode suggests that it makes some more compromises to the graphics – adding “tracing” by “adjusting the visual resolution, reflection quality and pedestrian density” – which makes sense.
Ray tracing Powerful technology that delivers light in a realistic manner, Filtering through a glass window, allowing light sources to emerge from a flash of hot and dangerous lava or to look dramatically different when reflecting pumpkins and buildings in New York City that are crowded. It’s great, it’s a demand effect, and most people have not yet experienced this feature with its full glory. Also Simple, blocky games like Minecraft Suddenly a powerful, modern graphics card is needed to effectively introduce Ray Tracing.
The PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S can all offer ray tracing, and players with the PS5 can now whirl the new technology Miles Morals 60 fps while enjoying the web-sling. For more Miles Morals, See our Review And In-depth guidelines.