Guide and Tips: Unleashing Amazing Skills in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2


Insomniac Games’ Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is now available exclusively for the PS5. The highly-anticipated sequel to 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man and 2020’s Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales is perhaps the best Spider-Man game ever made, so head on over here for our full and in-depth spoiler-free review of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 features many new mechanics and improvements, so here are some tips on how to become the best Spidey you can be, as well as some tips on what you can do even before playing the game:

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Settings To Change Before You Start Playing The Game

Turn Off Invert Controls For Web Wings

It’s weird but the default setting controls for Web Wings in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is inverted. We’re sure most people will want to turn this off so that if you turn your joystick left while using the Web Wings, you actually go left (instead of right).

Turn Off Motion Blur & Film Grain

Trust me, your game will look much, much better if you turn off Motion Blur and decrease Film Grain to zero (0), especially if you already have a 4K HDR TV capable of 120HZ.

Change From Tap To Hold

This is obviously up to your own personal preferences, but we’re sure some people will definitely prefer to hold their buttons instead of tapping their buttons. Holding buttons will put less strain on both your fingers and the controller. That DualSense controller isn’t cheap to replace.

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General Tips

You Don’t Have To Open Every Chest, It’s Not Worth It Unless They’re Green Chests With Rare Tech Parts

In Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, you will come across many chests on top of buildings. You can pretty much ignore most of these chests, especially the blue ones. The blue chests only give you Tech Parts, but you can get more than enough from doing missions or completing random crimes. Only the green ones are worth opening because they have Rare Tech Parts, which as the name implies, are rare.

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