Developer Insomniac remastered the PS4 Spider-Man game for the PS5 back in 2020, but a PC version was released on August 12 this year. It includes improved shadows, ray-traced reflections, and support for ultrawide monitors up to 48:9, all of which necessitate a high-spec PC.
Nvidia is eager to highlight and demonstrate how DLSS, DLAA, Ray Tracing, HBAO+, G-SYNC, and HDR all improve the gameplay experience, assuming you have the appropriate graphics card.
With that in mind, select GeForce RTX 3080, 3080 Ti, 3090, 3090 Ti desktops, laptops, or GPUs will include a free digital copy of Spider-Man Remastered(Opens in a new window) between September 7 and October 12.
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A tweet from Nvidia(Opens in a new window) today may make some gamers reconsider taking advantage of this bundle. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang stated last month that the GeForce RTX 4000 GPUs would arrive later than usual, but a teaser for the “Project Beyond” RTX 40 graphics cards appeared this morning.