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There are few days left for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered for PC to be released on August 12, a game that was announced with great fanfare during the June State of Play.
Remaster coming to the master race with features like ray traced reflections and improved shadows, support for ultra-wide monitors, plus support for DLSS and DLAA.
You can read: Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered reveal its requirements and features for PC in a new trailer
Options present in the PC version of the popular wall-crawling game, which is making news not precisely because of its improvements, but because of a mistake made by Valve on its gaming platform, the Steam store.
This, since the company has had to warn many of its users in seven countries to cancel and repurchase Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. Strange request they had to make after reporting that the original high prices posted on the Steam store in those territories were incorrectly allocated.
As indicated in a statement on the Steam site, players who purchased a game reservation in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Israel, Norway and Poland, must cancel their purchases and make a new one with the real price, which is lower than previously published. An error that had literally cost those who pre-purchased Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered dearly, since with the new corrected price, users will save about $12 dollars in most of the affected countries.
And before you wonder if your pre-order of the game on Steam could also be affected if you made it in our region, we anticipate that it is not since the error only applied to these countries.
As we anticipated, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered arrives in glory and majesty on your PC, this coming August 12.
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