Miles Morales Player Discovers Fun Subway Glitch

Miles Morales Player Discovers Fun Subway Glitch

A player has encountered a fun glitch in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, allowing them to enter the game’s subway trains while exploring New York.

A player has discovered a way to get Miles Morales to enter the trains seen in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ open-world. Although not an official feature, it does offer Spider-Man a new way to traverse part of the city should players choose to exploit it.

As impressive as it is to watch, web-swinging looks like an exhausting physical activity for Spider-Man, with the webheads constantly enduring g-forces while showing off some impressive aerobic feats as they propel themselves through the city at top speed, so it’s understandable that occasionally Miles or Peter would choose to rest and take the subway. Amusing scenes depicting both Spider-Men on public transport, and the public’s interactions – which sometimes involved simply ignoring the superheroes and carrying on with their day – were used as loading screens for the titles’ fast travel feature, and although the PS5 versions of Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales utilize the console’s SSD to nearly eliminate loading times, the fun clips were so popular that developer Insomniac gave players the option to toggle them back on if they wished.

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Redditor blue-sodaa took to the Marvel’s Spider-Man Subreddit to show a clip of how they used a glitch to get Miles Morales into one of the subway trains seen around the city. While normally in the Marvel’s Spider-Man titles, Peter and Miles can cling to the sides or perch atop these trains, avoiding paying train fares and only adding to J. Jonah Jameson’s narrative depicting both Spider-Men as “menaces”, the glitch shown by blue-sodaa shows Miles wall running alongside one of the railcars until he reaches the front, where he phases through the wall and stands inside the unrealistically empty New York subway train. Unfortunately from there, there is no way to leave the train before it gets to the edge of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ playable map and forcefully ejects Spider-Man from the vehicle.

Even though the Marvel’s Spider-Man series is currently only available on PlayStation 4 and 5 consoles, both titles are due to come to PC later this year, with the first entry due to release next month with a recent trailer promising improvements to ray tracing, ultra widescreen support and more. While some glitches like blue-sodaa’s subway traversal may be fixed by then, it won’t be long before the modding community starts adding fun features of their own to the titles. Recent PlayStation first-party titles to get PC releases such as God of War have seen fun mods that transform Kratos and Atreus into Homer and Bart Simpson, and some fans have already started speculating ways to turn Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Thunderjaw into the modding-favorite Thomas the Tank Engine, despite the title not having official mod support.

Both Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales have proven highly popular with players, with many deeming them the best Spider-Man games to date for their storytelling, impressive graphics and fluid gameplay. For those who have yet to play them, both titles are now available as part of PlayStation’s new tiered PlayStation Plus subscription.

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Source: blue-sodaa/Reddit

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