May 20, 2024

New Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Update Fixes Incorrect Flag And White Cube Model Issue

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 hit PlayStation 5 exclusively last week and it’s already Sony’s fastest-selling first-party game. While we loved the game – read Game Informer’s Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 here – once players got their hands on the game, some encountered a few bugs and issues, like one where their character model became a small white cube that looks like tofu. Plus, players discovered a Cuban flag was displayed inside and outside the Morales household rather than the expected Puerto Rican flag. A new update for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 out today fixes both of these issues and more. 

Version 1.001.003 is now live in-game, and it brings a few fixes to the game, including the aforementioned flag issue and white cube issue. It also addresses an issue where The Amazing 2 Suit’s spider logo appeared too bright in-game, and improves the game’s stability. Here’s the full update breakdown: 

Addressed an issue where an incorrect flag was displayed
Addressed an issue where models would not load properly after long play sessions
Addressed an issue where The Amazing 2 Suit’s Spider logo appeared too bright
Improved stability

Developer Insomniac Games has also released a statement alongside the above patch notes specifically addressing the flag issue. 

“Today’s patch corrects an error where the Cuban flag was incorrectly displayed instead of the Puerto Rican flag,” it reads. “We understand that accurate representation matters, and greatly regret this error. We sincerely apologize and will do better in the future.” 

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

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

Have you run into any other issues in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2? Let us know in the comments below!

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 hit PlayStation 5 exclusively last week and it’s already Sony’s fastest-selling first-party game. While we loved the game – read Game Informer’s Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 here – once players got their hands on the game, some encountered a few bugs and issues, like one where their character model became a small white cube that looks like tofu. Plus, players discovered a Cuban flag was displayed inside and outside the Morales household rather than the expected Puerto Rican flag. A new update for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 out today fixes both of these issues and more. 

Version 1.001.003 is now live in-game, and it brings a few fixes to the game, including the aforementioned flag issue and white cube issue. It also addresses an issue where The Amazing 2 Suit’s spider logo appeared too bright in-game, and improves the game’s stability. Here’s the full update breakdown: 

Addressed an issue where an incorrect flag was displayed
Addressed an issue where models would not load properly after long play sessions
Addressed an issue where The Amazing 2 Suit’s Spider logo appeared too bright
Improved stability

Developer Insomniac Games has also released a statement alongside the above patch notes specifically addressing the flag issue. 

“Today’s patch corrects an error where the Cuban flag was incorrectly displayed instead of the Puerto Rican flag,” it reads. “We understand that accurate representation matters, and greatly regret this error. We sincerely apologize and will do better in the future.” 

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

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

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