Mike Harradence by on Sep 26, 2018

Spider-Man update adds new Photo Mode filters

Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games has released a new update for its web-slinging adventure game, swatting a number of pesky bugs as well as buffing the game's Photo Mode.

One of the major issues to have been fixed with Spider-Man update 1.06 is a crash bug, which sometimes cropped up when loading a saved game. Insomniac has also removed a problem where Spidey could find himself stuck inside the Empire State Building's spire.

Photo Mode has also seen some attention, with the following filters added into the mix: Halftone, Filmic, CGA, and Posterized, while a new Exposure setting has been added.

Elsewhere, the UI has been given a bit of a tidy up, and a progression bug associated with knocking Mr. Negative out of the arena has been given the chop. Have a butcher's at the full patch notes here.

Spider-Man was released exclusively for PlayStation 4 on September 7, and quickly cemented itself as Sony's fastest-selling first-party title to date. Colm thought the game was a right stunner, so it's definitely worth picking up.


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