Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered was valued differently in some territories on Steam, what does it all mean? It means that users who have pre-ordered it will possibly have to refund and purchase it again.
Steam has released an update for future Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered players, informing them that the price of the game was incorrect in some territories.
According to the page, in fact, those who pre-ordered the game in Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom have paid a different price compared to those who pre-ordered the game recently.
Steam has also suggested that those who pre-ordered before the price change should cancel their current pre-purchase of the game and purchase it again at the new lower price, particularly before August 12 to receive early unlock bonuses.
For the UK, the game was re-evaluated by £ 54.99 to £ 49.99. According to the same post, no other markets were affected and the problem has now been solved on the digital store.
In any case, all of this represents a decisive step forward: initially announced during a PlayStation State of Play presentation in June, the original exclusive titles for PlayStation Marvel’s Spider-Man And Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will arrive on PC, and here’s the first to arrive on August 12th!
The PC version of the game will offer a new mode with ray tracing much higher quality than the console version for PS5.
According to the director of technology of InsomniacMike Fitzgerald, the new mode will add “even more detail about the city when rocking and fighting crime in Marvel’s New York”.