Legends don’t die as long as they are remembered! That’s exactly what the creators of the new Spider-Man: Miles Morales think, as the game pays tribute to the memory of two heroes of the Marvel universe, both real and fictional.
In our guide, we will talk about two Easter eggs in New York, as well as explanations for them: one of them is a monument to Stan Lee, a man who needs no introduction, and the second is Jefferson Davis, the late father of Miles Morales, the protagonist of the game .
The fact is that the location of these attractions is not so easy to find on your own. Manhattan Island is a huge place that has many memorable places (for example, Avenger’s Tower). In the screenshots below, we have marked two places on the map. Find them to get fond memories and also earn two trophies.
There are two attractions that can be visited to quickly earn a trophy – a monument to Marvel legend Stan Lee and the grave of Jefferson Davis, father of Miles Morales.
The statue of Stan Lee is located on the Upper West Side, near the restaurant Mick’s Diner – this is the same place where Peter Parker liked to go in the original game (2018). Interact with the plaque and you’ll get a trophy called “Best French Fries in Town”, a reference to that establishment.
The grave of Jefferson Davis is located in northwest Harlem. The grave is located in the cemetery northwest of the church. Walk up to her and interact to pay tribute and earn the Never Back Down trophy.
Jefferson Davis himself was the father of Miles Morales, the game’s protagonist. He worked as a police officer and died during the first major attack by the gang led by Mr. Negative in the original game.
A source: gameranx.com