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Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered is Steam Deck Verified ahead of release

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Good news web slingers, as Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered from Insomniac Games and Nixxes Software has been Steam Deck Verified ahead of the upcoming release. This is the upgraded version of the previously PlayStation exclusive, that launches on Steam on August 12th.

Insomniac Games shared the news on their official Twitter account today, so either they've been testing directly or someone lucky at Valve got to swing around for a while. Really great to see even more developers, especially bigger ones like this get in their early on their games!

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Game Features:

  • Be Greater - When iconic Marvel villains threaten Marvel’s New York, Peter Parker and Spider-Man’s worlds collide. To save the city and those he loves, he must rise up and be greater.
  • Feel like Spider-Man - After eight years behind the mask, Peter Parker is a crime-fighting master. Feel the full power of a more experienced Spider-Man with improvisational combat, dynamic acrobatics, fluid urban traversal and environmental interactions.
  • Worlds collide - The worlds of Peter Parker and Spider-Man collide in an original action-packed story. In this new Spider-Man universe, iconic characters from Peter and Spider-Man’s lives have been reimagined, placing familiar characters in unique roles.
  • Marvel’s New York is your playground - The Big Apple comes to life in Marvel’s Spider-Man. Swing through vibrant neighborhoods and catch breathtaking views of iconic Marvel and Manhattan landmarks. Use the environment to defeat villains with epic takedowns in true blockbuster action.
  • Enjoy The City That Never Sleeps complete content - Following the events of the main story of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, experience the continuation of Peter Parker’s journey in Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps, three story chapters with additional missions and challenges to discover.

You can pre-order on Humble Store and Steam.

I have a copy ready, so I'll be for sure taking a look at release.

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Beamboom 3 days ago
Quoting: PhlebiacI loved it on Playstation 4. Gameplay is *very* similar to Batman Arkham games.

Sounds great! Spiderman was my childhood hero so as long as they've made a fairly good implementation of being him in a fairly living and breathing city I think I'll have a jolly good time. :)
Appelsin 3 days ago
Quoting: Beamboom
Quoting: PhlebiacI loved it on Playstation 4. Gameplay is *very* similar to Batman Arkham games.

Sounds great! Spiderman was my childhood hero so as long as they've made a fairly good implementation of being him in a fairly living and breathing city I think I'll have a jolly good time. :)

If you love Spider-Man you’ll love the game. It’s an absolute blast, hands down :) takes the best from the Arkham style combat and makes it even better and more fluid. Slinging through the city is so nice and enjoyable that you’ll rarely use fast travel, I shit you not.


Last edited by Appelsin on 4 August 2022 at 12:57 pm UTC
Beamboom 3 days ago
Quoting: AppelsinIf you love Spider-Man you’ll love the game. It’s an absolute blast, hands down :) takes the best from the Arkham style combat and makes it even better and more fluid. Slinging is so nice and enjoyable that you’ll rarely use fast travel, I shit you not.

Music to my ears. This'll be great. :)
jarhead_h 3 days ago
Genuinely never thought Sony would ever greenlight this. They could have recycled this for PS5 exclusivity and still had a lot of sales. Maybe they are just testing the waters?
legluondunet 3 days ago
It's possible to play it on SteamDeck/home screen with a good framerate and resolution?
Phlebiac 3 days ago
Quoting: jarhead_hGenuinely never thought Sony would ever greenlight this. They could have recycled this for PS5 exclusivity and still had a lot of sales. Maybe they are just testing the waters?

These are very popular games, that have been heavily discounted on Playstation for quite some time:
https://store.steampowered.com/developer/playstationstudios

I'm sure they are happy making lots of money selling them at high prices again. :)
StalePopcorn a day ago
I swear I just emailed Liam about this today because I just found out about it and didn't even recall the news already being reported here! Silly me!
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