How to Fix: Spider-Man Remastered Low FPS on PC

Here's how to fix Spider-Man Remastered low FPS and frame drops. Have a look at the methods below to boost the frame rate of the amazing superhero title.

The brilliant superhero game developed by Insomniac Games has finally landed on Steam and Epic Games Store. The reviews for the PC port of the has been incredibly positive so far. But a great number of players have reported that they encounter frame drops in Spider-Man Remastered. That's because the system requirements of the game are a bit demanding. A group of players has also shared that the game has a controller issue, which has been addressed by the developer.

In this extensive guide, you will find various methods that you can try to fix low FPS in Spider-Man Remastered to boost stability.

Spider-Man Remastered Low FPS Fix

Before we elaborate on the methods below, make sure that your PC meets the system requirements of the title.

Spider-Man Remastered Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-460 3.6 GHz or AMD equivalent
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 950 or AMD Radeon RX 470
  • DirectX: 12
  • Storage: 75 GB

We also suggest installing the latest graphics card drivers. Both AMD and NVIDIA have released special updates for Spider-Man Remastered PC. Here's how to update your GPU drivers for the game.

1. Update your GPU drivers.

If you are an NVIDIA user, download GeForce Experience software and install the latest drivers for Spider-Man Remastered.

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  • Download GeForce Experience from the official website of NVIDIA.
  • Install the software to your PC.
  • Click on Drivers at the top-left corner of the screen.
  • Click on Check for Updates.

AMD users need to download Radeon Software to make sure they have the latest drivers installed.

  • Go to the official AMD website and download Radeon Software.
  • Install the software and download the latest GPU drivers for your AMD card.

2. Disable fullscreen optimizations.

Disabling fullscreen optimizations have proven to be quite useful for most titles with similar FPS issues. For the Spider-Man Remastered low FPS problem, we will simply disable this feature in the game's properties.

  • Right-click on the Spider-Man Remastered icon.
  • Click on Compatibility.
  • Check “Disable fullscreen optimizations.”
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3. Optimize graphics settings.

You can also make sure that you play the game with the best graphics settings for Spider-Man Remastered. In order to boost performance, we will have to compromise by lowering certain graphics settings of the game.

  • Texture Quality: Medium
  • Texture Filtering: 2X Anisotropic
  • Ambient Occlusion: SSAO
  • Geometry Detail: High
  • Level of Detail: Medium
  • Lens Flares: Off
  • Traffic Density: Medium
  • Crowd Density: Medium
  • Hair Quality: Medium
  • Weather Particle Quality: Low
  • Screen Space Reflections: Off
  • Shadow Quality: Low

4. Disable Xbox Game Bar.

Xbox Game Bar might be a possible reason why you are frame drops FPS in Spider-Man Remastered PC. Certain features and overlays like Steam, Discord, and Xbox Game Bar might dampen your gameplay experience as well. Here's how to disable it.

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  • Open Start menu.
  • Click on Settings.
  • Switch to the Gaming tab.
  • Turn off Xbox Game Bar.


If the issue persists even though you have applied the methods above, that means that your PC does not meet the system requirement of the game. You can also wait for an official update and hope for the developers to optimize the title's current performance.

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