delivers a New York City that's larger and more detailed than its predecessors, with new gameplay additions to accompany it. This means there are plenty of nooks and crannies for developer Insomniac Games to sequester hidden secrets. From gameplay quirks to easily missed encounters and Easter eggs, there are plenty of things players may never notice in .
While Insomniac's three games take place in a self-contained universe (well, except for the reference), it still frequently touts the trappings of Marvel's comics and films. Many Insomniac iterations of beloved characters are familiar to fans, and even references to the wider Marvel canon can be found in places they might be expected. Still, the streets of New York are numerous, and a Spider-Man zipping by on a web is liable to miss some details.
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With the joys of swinging through New York at high speeds – made even better by 's introduction of the Web Wings – many players may not have taken the time to stroll through the crowds of the city's busy sidewalks. The DualSense's Square button is normally reserved for attacking baddies, but pressing it around bystanders will cause Spider-Man to greet his fellow New Yorkers. Every once in a while, a pedestrian will have a unique interaction too, seen by pressing the Triangle button when a prompt appears.
Insomniac's digital New York is surprisingly alive, and citizens can be seen going about their day in a number of ways. Spider-Man may stumble across a group yoga session, like the one pictured above in a Downtown Brooklyn park. The instructor will "" Spider-Man, suggesting some yoga may help. Pressing Triangle when the prompt appears will seeRead more on screenrant.com