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Spider-Man PS4: How to Fix Not Full Screen Issue (Black Bars on PS4)

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Spider-Man PS4: How to Fix Not Full Screen Issue (Black Bars on PS4)

How to Fix Not Full Screen Issue (Black Bars on PS4) in Spider-Man PS4

Here’s how to fix the not full screen issue (black bars on PS4) in Spider-Man.

So obviously, Spider-Man on the PlayStation 4 is absolutely stunning. Can you remember the last time Manhattan looked so fantastic as you swung haphazardly over the streets? Honestly, not even real New York looks this nice. True story, lots of rats. Watch your step.

However, as you play, you may have noticed a pair of black bars boxing in your screen on either side. It can really ruin your sense of immersion, and you might be wondering why they’re there.

Are you stuck with them? Are they going to pester you at every turn? Are they the greatest villains since Doctor Octopus or that rude usher in the second Sam Raimi movie?

Never fear, citizen! All it takes is a minor adjustment, and you’ll be able to enjoy your web-slinging completely unimpeded. To fix the Spider-Man PS4 full screen issue, head on over to your System Settings. Select the Sound and Screen Option, and then Display Area Settings.

From here, you will be able to drag the little white markers out to the corners of your screen. Adjust them to your satisfaction, and lo and behold, those pesky black bars are gone! Congratulations, Spider-Man, you’ve solved yet another crime, and made the screens of New York safer for gamers everywhere.

But your troubles don’t just end there. There’s more baddies lurking around every corner, and you’re probably going to need a bit of help! Fortunately the superteam at Twinfinite have assembled a handy Spider-Man PS4 wiki that will prove useful in the skirmishes to come.

It has all of the answers you’ll seek, from tips, tricks and strategies, to backstory on the various Spider-Man characters you’ll encounter.

What is your superpower? Ours is the ability to assist. It is our gift. It is our curse.

A surly journalist and occasional voice actor, Tony Cole-Cocking has been playing games since he was a little boy. Now he's a little man, and not much has changed.

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