Peter Parker has been through a lot across comics, TV, movies, and games. One constant is the death of Uncle Ben, putting him on the path of heroism as he vows to use his powers responsibly. In a few adaptations and stories, ol' May kicks the bucket too, like in the Insomniac games. But she does that when he's an adult, so Pete at least gets a childhood with her. Unless you manage to time travel like RebelOrion did.
He brought the young Peter from Spider-Man 2's side missions over to both May and Ben Parker's graves. You'd expect a Peter still in school to be distraught at losing both of his parental figures, but here we see him happily gesturing like he's posing with a celebrity.
"I am an awful person for this one," RebelOrion said. You're not wrong. They did it by going out of bounds during one of the young Peter missions in the game, and obviously, since you're not meant to reach the graveyard with him, Insomniac didn't change it.
That means May and Ben's gravestones are still there, even though you're in the past, so you can lug young Peter to the future to see where it's all heading. An alternative interpretation is that going out of bounds automatically kills Aunt May. Think about that next time you're out using glitches, eh?
If you're playing the first Spider-Man, going out of bounds won't kill Aunt May. It'll just break her heart.
"Oh no! The space-time continuum! TVA, help!" GameknightJ14 commented, to which someone replied, joking that Peter could alter history further by also visiting Jefferson's gravestone. Leave Miles out of this. "Renslayer shows up and aggressively activates her pruning stick, 'Well, time to kill a child.'"
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