Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 players roast “offensively bad” suit

Rajarshi Acharya
miles morales in spider-man 2

Spider-Man 2 fans all seem to agree that a particular suit in the new game is “offensively bad,” with some calling it the worst suit in the Insomniac Games franchise.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has been positively received by both fans and critics alike, and the new story, abilities, suits, and villains have all been universally praised. However, there’s a particular suit for Miles Morales that many players seem to be disappointed at.

Spider-Man 2 has 78 suits in total, equally divided between Peter Parker and Miles Morales. Some of these also come in four different color variations, allowing you to personalize them to your liking. The majority of the suits are from the comics, while some are original creations from Insomniac.

Now, one of these original designs is the Evolved suit; it has a hood and a pair of Adidas sneakers. The chest looks very similar to Peter’s design, with streaks of blue running along the arms, but the mask resembles Miles’ original suit. However, a unique design element is that the top of the mask is open, allowing you to see Miles’ hair.

This unique feature seems to be a major reason why many Spider-Man 2 players don’t like it. There are already two different posts about the suit on the ‘SpidermanPS4’ subreddit, and thousands of players are dissing it.

One user wrote, “The hair sticking out the top makes the suit look unfinished.” Another added that “it looks like a normal mask with the hair placed on top like a Lego piece.”

Others didn’t like the flashy shoes as they believe it stands out too much. As one user explained, “in Miles’ original suit, he still had sneaks but they were sewed in and blended.” Another user asked why Peter didn’t have the same shoes in any of his suits.

Other Spider-Man 2 fans noted that the suit beats the purpose of hiding Miles’ identity. One user explained that “it’s dumb to show any noticeable physical features when you want to conceal your identity.”

Another added that “anyone Miles knows, especially in his school, will immediately recognize that he’s Spider-Man.” One other user pointed out that the Boricua suit can also be easily traced back to Miles Morales.

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