All the Marvel Netflix Easter Eggs in Marvel's Spider-Man

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It probably comes as no surprise to anyone that Spider-man is selling like hotcakes.

Now that Marvel's Spider-Man game for the PS4 is out in the world, fans everywhere have spent the last few days web-slinging around the open world of New York City, taking in all the side-quests and Easter eggs that are hidden throughout.

Marvel's Spider-Man released to a warm welcome this week from gaming and superhero fans alike.

Surprisingly, Insomniac seemed keen and they reached out to plan details further and lo, the Easter egg was hidden within the game.

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It's anyone's guess if Insomniac will end up releasing a patch to cover up the proposal, as Schultz said that "it's a nice little reminder too, you know, the nearly mistake that I made". Apart from a few plans, which look as wonderful as the other, and the appearance of the potential villain of the film, the creators of the film have still not deigned to show us a piece of the Spider-Man Black.

"The thing that sucks about this Easter egg is the date that I'm making this video now, three, four weeks ago, my girlfriend dumped me to go with my brother". Initially Schultz didn't seem too anxious, calling it the "world's saddest Easter egg" but then changed his mind.

Upon finding out this info, Insomniac Games' Jacinda Chew contacted Schultz asking if he wanted the message changed to something else via a future title update. Schultz explained his grandmother was responsible for getting him to love Spider-Man, buying him his first comic book as well as a copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, the first introduction of Spider-Man.

Spider-Man takes top place in the United Kingdom charts followed by Dragon Quest XI and then, still, Grand Theft Auto V.