Spider-Man has now been out for a month, which is enough time for a lot of players to have plumbed every depth it has, and unearth whatever secrets it is having. However, unless you have achieved the game’s (admittedly easy to get) Platinum Trophy, you may want to keep looking. At least, that’s what Spider-Man’s lead writer Jon Paquette told Polygon.
“[Fans] should be focused on a lot of the storytelling we do in the open world,” he said. “There’s probably things that you haven’t discovered yet unless you’ve got the platinum [trophy] already, in which case, congratulations. But the team worked really hard to build this amazingly authentic city that is so much fun to play in. So just keep looking for hidden things.”
There’s definitely a lot of collectibles hidden throughout Manhattan, and the good news is that you get little story snippets each time you grab one, too. Of course, Paquette’s comment also seems to suggest that unlike with God of War, where developer Cory Barlog openly stated after the game was out that there was at least one secret in the game he was sure no fan had found, it also seems like there’s nothing like that to find here. After all, Paquette seems to suggest that if you’ve got the Platinum, you’ve probably seen everything that there is to see.
But hey, the upcoming DLC for the game should fix that, by giving you more content to chew on. Spider-Man is available now on PS4.