Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: Insomniac Games says it’s on the way to a false flag

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 hit the PlayStation 5 last week, and it’s already Sony’s fastest-selling first-party game. However, some players have spotted a mishap involving one of the game’s main characters, Miles Morales. His mother is Puerto Rican, and so is Miles, so it’s odd that some players hang a Cuban flag inside and outside Morales’ home. After the mistake was pointed out, developer Insomniac Games reportedly revealed that a fix is ​​on the way Pushsquare.

In response to Dantes61680’s tweet pointing out the false flag, Insomniac’s director of community and marketing, James Stevenson, wrote, “A fix is ​​coming for that.” When, however, remains unclear – a post-launch patch for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has yet to be released but presumably, when the team does go live with one, it will include a fix for in-game flags.

GamerTag Radio Danny Pena tweeted about the flag issue over the weekend, noting that in other parts of the game, the studio got the Puerto Rican flag right.

Pushsquare Another tweet was found showing a Cuban flag hanging outside Morales’ home.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 hits PlayStation 5 exclusively on October 20.

For more information about the game, read on Game Informers Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 review and then read about how Insomniac revamped New York City for the sequel. Then check out this story about this missing NYC landmark in the game. After that, read our guide to the best graphics mod in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and then check out our spoiler-free tips.

(Source: Pushsquare)


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