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Spider-Man: Miles Morales Easter Eggs List | Locations and where to find

With a long list of comics, TV shows, movies, and games coming before it, Spider-Man: Miles Morales has a huge catalog of Marvel media to reference. Easter eggs and secrets are everywhere in this new PS4 and PS5 title, just waiting to be found. Here are the locations and info on how to find all Spider-Man: Miles Morales Easter eggs.

All Spider-Man: Miles Morales Easter Eggs List

Spider-Man Miles Morales Easter eggs

Into the Spider-Verse Suit

There’s an entire Spider-Man: Miles Morales suit dedicated to the Into the Spider-Verse movie. Not only is the suit a match for what Miles wears in the film, it also unlocks an effect that further enhances the Into the Spider-Verse vibe.

Speed Nonagon

The game being developed by Genke is called “Speed Nonagon.” While it could be a coincidence, the name is similar to Super Hexagon, a minimal action game by Terry Cavanagh.

Spider-Man Miles Morales Easter eggs

May Parker’s Grave

May Parker’s grave is in Spider-Man: Miles Morales. “When you help someone, you help everyone” is written, referencing her contributions to F.E.A.S.T., as well as helping to raise Peter Parker. Her grave is next to Ben Parker’s, which was featured in the first game.

Wakandan Embassy

The Wakandan Embassy is in Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It seems unchanged from the original game. While there’s no tribute to Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman here, developer Insomniac Games do give him a nod in the credits sequence.

Sanctum Sanctorum

The Sanctum Sanctorum can be found in Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Home to Dr. Strange, this building appears the same as it did in Spider-Man PS4.

Spider-Man Miles Morales Easter eggs

Big Wheel

One of the more imaginative Spider-Man supervillains is Big Wheel, who rides around in… a big wheel, thanks to help from the Tinkerer. This comic book villain gets a nod in Spider-Man: Miles Morales as a collectible item.

Otto Octavius and Peter Parker

Both Otto Octavius and Peter Parker visit the Osborn center during one of Miles’ flashback sequences. They briefly speak about the technology on show before Peter has to suspiciously leave for a family emergency.

Avengers Tower

The Avengers tower appears in Miles Morales like it originally did in Spider-Man PS4. It looks identical to the first game with no significant changes. This might be disappointing for players who were hoping for some tease at the Avengers featuring in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Many of the suits in Spider-Man: Miles Morales could also be classed as “Easter eggs,” as they reference different comics, TV shows, and movies. Check them all out here.

The best Visor Mods and Suit Mods are worth equipping as soon as possible. Here’s a guide to which Mods are best and how to unlock them.

The Game Revolution Spider-Man: Miles Morales review awarded the game a 4/5, praising it for fluid combat, great swinging mechanics, and more. Read the full review here.