A fortunate or unfortunate player stumbled upon a glitch in Spider-Man: Miles Morales that causes all enemies to be defeated in a single hit. Although there are numerous glitches in the game, this particular glitch stands out for its cinematic quality.
An Unusual yet Enjoyable Bug in Spider-Man: Miles Morales
In Spider-Man: Miles Morales, players have access to various moves that Miles can execute. Similar to Marvel’s Spider-Man, the most powerful moves in Miles’ arsenal are known as Finishers. These Finishers are devastating attacks that can knock out enemies in a single blow, and players can use them once their Finisher Meter is full.
Players can fill the Finisher Meter by landing combo streaks. Once it is filled, they can unleash a Finisher by pressing a specific button combination, usually Triangle and Circle together. Normally, Miles can only perform one such move at a time.
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One player shared a clip showcasing the Spider-Man: Miles Morales bug. The clip begins with Miles executing a quick combo to fill his Finisher Meter, and then he performs an uppercut Finisher that knocks one of the enemies off the roof. Miles proceeds to use a second finisher on another foe with his Venom Blast powers, followed by another on an enemy by swinging underneath their legs and striking them down.
After that, Miles jumps over another enemy and finishes them off with a Venom Blast to the back of their neck. The next finisher is a duplicate move where he swings around the legs of an enemy and punches them into the concrete. The final two finishers show Miles swinging and kicking an Underground henchwoman in the face, and then double kicking the last enemy across their head.
In total, the clip demonstrates Miles executing seven consecutive finishing moves, which would normally be impossible. The cinematic effect is further enhanced by the reduced frame rate, thanks to one of the game’s perks.
In the comments, another player of Spider-Man: Miles Morales mentioned experiencing the same bug. Therefore, it appears to be a common occurrence in the game.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is currently available on PS4 and PS5.