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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Update 1.003 Is Out, Here Are The Patch Notes

Insomniac Games has released a brand new update for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 today with a number of fixes as seen in patch notes for the 1.003 update.

The download size of this update is just around 560 MB so it is not a large update by any means. The patch notes also confirm that this is related to some of the minor fixes like changing a wrong flag that was highlighted on social media and resolving other minor issues.

You can read the details for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 1.003 update in the patch notes shared below.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Update 1.003 Patch Notes

  • Addressed an issue where an incorrect flag was displayed
  • Addressed an issue where models would not load properly after long play sessions
  • Addressed an issue where The Amazing 2 Suit’s Spider logo appeared too bright
  • Improved stability

If you have faced any of these issues, chances are they will be resolved with this new patch. There doesn’t appear to be any new content added with this update and most of the fixes are minor. There was an issue with the physical copies not being installed on consoles, but it might not be related to this update since it could be a disc issue.

Recently, it was shared by Insomniac Games in an interview that the game was tested with a new ray-tracing solution for lighting, real-time ray-traced global illumination. It doesn’t appear to work for an open-world game so they had to drop it and go for a traditional lighting system in the game. They also worked to improve the visuals that were showcased in the E3 demo up until the final release of the game.

If you want to learn more about the visual side of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, take a look at the various graphics modes that are supported in the game.

If you have noticed any other changes after installing this new update, let us know in the comments below.

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