Many gaming fans were shocked when Sony announced the price for Spider-Man Remastered on PC. NOK 769 for a renovation of a four-year-old game seemed surprisingly expensive, but it turned out to be a blunder.
Via Steam tells Sony that Norway was among the countries where Spider-Man Remastered was released with the wrong price. This has now been adjusted down to NOK 599 – i.e. NOK 170 cheaper than before.
Admittedly, the new price has no retroactive effect. Those who have already pre-ordered must therefore cancel first to get their money back. They can then pre-order again at the right price, explains the developer.
The launch is set for August 12, so here you only have about a week.
The PC version of Spider-Man Remastered includes a visual overhaul and various platform-specific tweaks. Among other things, there will be support for ray tracing, Nvidia DLSS, Nvidia DLAA and ultra-wide screens, as well as unlimited frame rates.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is also coming to PC. This has not yet been given a date, but is scheduled to be released sometime in the autumn.
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