Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a technical masterpiece on PS5 but which of its two visual modes is best? Compare screenshots here.
60 mode for me always.
I thought I would be the same beyond testing the modes out and grabbing screenshots but fidelity mode is just that little bit more gorgeous. I ended playing most of it in FM.
60fps mode for me as well. Will happily give up ray tracing for the smoothness of extra frames.
Performance is always normally my choice. But being used to 30fps last gen and the continuation of 30fps coming along with this gen, may have to choose fidelity mode to see if the extra features are worth it. Starting out at 30fps once again is sort of a bummer, but at least we have options. I guess you can't expect 4k 60 when PC's with the best hardware even have issues doing that.
The choice is good to have for its own sake. But both modes are impressive.
Best graphics seen in a game at just £359 for a ps5 digi in fact the same asking price gets you an RX 5700 that's how good it is
It's one of the the best looking games on any platform. It's total eye-candy.
I'm going with fidelity mode I didn't buy a 65" 4k tv for nothing
Fidelity mode. Ray tracing makes a huge difference in a game like this.
Fidelity mode for me.
Kinda a pointless comparison since the screenshots are so small.
You can zoom in though... Or are you joking?
I'm not joking. Yes, you can zoom in, but that's the equivalent of using digital zoom instead of optical. All it's going to do is distort it when you zoom in. We need to see full resolution screenshots with that slider.
Damn it looks good in both. Whenever a current gen game had a performance mode, they were usually quite noticeably downgraded to hit the performance mode. But next gen, it may look good in either one. Ray tracing will just add that sweet icing on the cake.
The biggest difference for me is the depth perception, lighting differences, and reflections.
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