Spider-Man: Miles Morales update 1.10 improves Performance RT quality – here’s some patch notes

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The tireless Insomniac Games has released another update for Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 5, with the most notable improvement being for the quality of ray-traced reflections in the Performance RT graphics mode.

Performance RT was added to Spider-Man: Miles Morales in an update after release. At launch, the game let you choose between 4K at 30fps with ray-tracing enabled, and between an upscaled 4K at 60fps without ray-tracing. Performance RT mode brought the best of both worlds, giving you 60fps performance with ray-tracing, but cutting the resolution down to 1440p.


Since then, Insomniac has added Performance RT modes to the PS5 remaster of their first Spider-Man game. Performance RT was also added to the phenomenal Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart in a day one patch – speaking of which, Rift Apart was just updated with an unusual 120Hz 40FPS graphics mode

Miles Morales Performance RT graphics mode

Performance RT promises the best of both worlds with 60fps and ray-traced reflections.

Here’s the patch notes:

Spider-Man: Miles Morales update 1.10 patch notes

General Fixes & Polish

  • Global stability fixes and performance improvements
  • Improvements to ray-traced reflection quality in the Performance RT graphics mode
  • Fix for an issue with motion blur on certain pedestrians

Further Reading: What’s next for Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS5?

We gave Spider-Man: Miles Morales 8/10 in our review. “Spider-Man: Miles Morales feels like more of a sequel than it is a stopgap, entangling players within its web of cleverly refined mechanics while delivering some familiar web-slinging thrills,” said Jim. “A heroic technical showcase for PS5 owners picking up their consoles on day one, this meaty side story in the Spider-Man saga has us even more excited than before to see what Insomniac Games have planned next.”

Source: Insomniac


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