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It appears Imsomiac and Sony listened to the fans of Spider-Man. These fans spoke over not being able to transfer saves over to the PlayStation 5 Remaster.
As detailed in a blog post, on Monday, Sony announced if you purchase Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 4, you can upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version. This will be free of charge as soon as you upgrade to the next-gen system. But if you purchase the game physically you’ll need the disc to obtain the free upgrade.
We covered this on a podcast about the upgrade from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 for Spider-Man when it was thought to be a chargeable upgrade. When many people struggled to obtain a preorder for either of the next-gen systems, it did seem the most consumer-friendly approach to take. It was also highlighted you can also upgrade your copy of Miles Morales to the Ultimate Edition at a later date as well. It’s this version that gives you access to Spider-Man Remastered. The cost of this upgrade to the ultimate edition comes out at $20.
But one of the biggest complaints about the remastered edition was you wouldn’t be able to transfer PlayStation 4 saves over to the remastered PlayStation 5 version. Insomniac came out to address this news. The update to be able to export your saved game will be coming out around Thanksgiving. Stay tuned to for the final release date. Also, we are days away from the PlayStation 5 launch. Will you be getting one this week? Let us know in the comment section below.

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