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Spider-Man: Miles Morales players have recently encountered a unique glitch that allows them to play as an array of inanimate objects – much to the delight of fans.
Many games have had less than optimal launch on the PS5, like the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War server troubles, but none have provided quite as much gameplay potential as this glitch.
The strange glitch, which turn the web-slinger into all kinds of objects, seemingly adds to the experience for some players. Many have since taken to social media with clips of them playing as lamps, trash cans, fridges, cardboard boxes and a wide array of other objects.
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The glitch doesn’t seem to have an obvious trigger at this point in time but seems to apply to any object in the in-game world. Miles will still act exactly the same, so the game remains playable even if you’re now a flying brick.
If you’d rather play with a humanoid character, the glitch can be fixed by simply restarting the game.
In a four-star review of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, NME’s Jordan Oloman hailed it as “a web-slinging wonder brimming with potential”.
“Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales builds on the super solid foundations laid by the 2018 original, delivering an essential spin-off for fans of the first game with a surprisingly powerful narrative,” he added.
“Insomniac Games has crafted a well-paced package that is just as long as it needs to be, delivering a gorgeous next-gen intro that is full of heart and humour. Don’t miss it if you’re picking up a PlayStation 5 this holiday season.”