Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: Insomniac Games says a false flag fix is ​​on the way

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 released last week on PlayStation 5 and is already Sony’s fastest-selling first-party game of all time. However, some players have discovered a mishap related to one of the game’s main protagonists, Miles Morales. His mother is Puerto Rican, and so is Miles, which is why some players found it strange that there was a Cuban flag hanging both inside and outside the Morales home. After pointing out the bug, developer Insomniac Games announced that a fix was on the way, as reported by PushSquare.

In response to a tweet from Dantes61680 pointing out the false flag, James Stevenson, community and marketing director at Insomniac, wrote: “There’s a fix for this coming soon.” When that will be remains unclear – a post-launch patch for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 hasn’t been released yet, but when the team does release one, it will likely include a fix for the in-game flags.

Gamertag radios Danny Pena also tweeted about the flag issue over the weekend, pointing out that the studio had correctly depicted the Puerto Rican flag in other parts of the game.

PushSquare I found another tweet showing the Cuban flag hanging in front of the Morales house.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be released exclusively for PlayStation 5 on October 20th.

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

[Source: PushSquare]

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