How to find Spider-Verse Easter egg in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2

Aryan Singh
Spider-Verse suit in Spider-Man Miles Morales

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is packed with Easter eggs to discover. Some of these even reference the beloved Spider-Verse movies directly. So here’s how to find the Spider-Verse Easter egg in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Spider-Man 2 landed on PS5 consoles on October 20, bringing with it a thrilling new story starring two Spider-men. Besides this, the game offers plenty of side activities, numerous villains, special suits, and more. It also has many Easter eggs that reference various characters from the game’s universe and the comics.

These Easter eggs also include multiple nods to the Spider-Verse movies, including a cutscene giving players a glance into the Spider-Verse itself. So if you’re interested in seeing it for yourself, here’s how to find the Spider-Verse Easter egg in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: How to find Spider-Verse Easter egg

To find the Spider-Verse Easter egg in Spider-Man 2, players will have to collect all 42 Spider-Bots spread out across the entire map. The Spider-Bots themselves act as Easter eggs as they reference certain characters from the movies. But the best Spider-Verse secret pops up after collecting all of them.

Spider-Man 2099 Spider-Bot in Spider-Man 2
Players will have to collect Spider-Bots to unlock the Spider-Verse Easter egg cutscene in Spider-Man 2.

Once players complete the set, they’ll receive a call from Ganke, starting a quest named ‘The Message.’
From there, simply head to the map marker located in the Financial District.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: Spider-Verse Easter egg explained

The Spider-Verse Easter egg in Spider-Man 2 comes in the form of a cutscene. It kicks off with a purple-colored hexagonal portal opening up on a wall. Standing on the other end is Delilah, a bartender who was originally set to appear in ‘Across The Spider-Verse.’ The character eventually ended up on the cutting floor but managed to make it into Insomniac’s Spider-Man 2.

Delilah in Spider-Man 2
Delilah is a bartender at ‘The Bar With No Name.’

Delilah is animated using the Spider-Verse movies’ distinct style, including the 12 frames-per-second movement. She offers some sarcastic comments before quickly taking away all the Spider-Bots. She then goes on to mention Miguel, who serves as Spider-Man 2099 in ‘Across The Spider-Verse.’ The cutscene ends with either Miles or Peter asking “Who’s Miguel,” but only receiving a sarcastic chuckle in response.

The interaction basically connects Insomniac’s Spider-Man games with the Spider-Verse cannon, opening up the door to Spider-Verse content in the future. It also marks the first direct interaction between characters from both universes. Hopefully, we’ll see Insomniac delve further into the Spider-Verse in future titles or expansions.

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