Explorez New York comme s'il s'agissait de l'univers de Spider-Man Noir en modifiant les paramètres

Explore New York as if it were the universe of Spider-Man Noir by changing the settings

One of the featured appearances in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was Spider-Man Black . This version of Peter Parker lives in a dimension where only black and white colors exist, so it’s a true fantasy for him to appreciate the full range of colors. Their interactions in the film were unforgettable and their detective aesthetic completely won them over.

In Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, we can unlock his appearance so we can walk around New York, even if the scenery doesn’t change. However, the Reddit user tinkered with the accessibility settings and managed to recreate a black filter to be able to play this way.

The only thing you have to do is go to the pause menu, go to the Settings section then Video and there you will need to modify the following settings at the bottom:

  • Traditional animation: yes.
  • Comic effects: yes.
  • Hero Shader: Nothing.
  • Ally Shader: Nothing.
  • Shader NPC: white.
  • Enemy Shader: Custom.
  • Base enemy shader: White.
  • Ranged enemy shader: White.
  • Advanced enemy shader: Black.
  • Dangerous enemy shader: White.
  • Boss shader: black.
  • Key story element shader: Nothing.
  • Interactive object shader in combat: nothing.
  • Collection shader: white.
  • High contrast background: yes.
  • Spider Sense at high contrast: nothing.
  • Perfect dodge with high contrast: nothing.

The result, as you can see, is really good and allows us to imagine a video game based on the particular character. The comic effect adds onomatopoeia in the middle of the fights and the traditional animation allows the costume we are wearing to look at a lower FPS. Obviously, These adjustments apply to both Peter Parker and Miles Morales since there are no restrictions.

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