Do you need a Trophy guide for Marvel's Spider-Man 2? As part of our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 guide, we're going to help you get all Trophies and share how to unlock the Platinum Trophy. Our Trophy Roadmap covers questions like whether there are any Missable Trophies or Difficulty Related Trophies.
Due to the nature of the content on this guide, please note that there are Marvel's Spider-Man 2 spoilers below. Whilst we have tried to keep everything as spoiler-free as possible, clicking through to other pages may well reveal plot points and late-game scenarios.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Trophy Guide: All Trophies and How to Unlock the Platinum
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 has 42 Trophies, consisting of 22 Bronze Trophies, 17 Silver Trophies, 2 Gold Trophies, and the Platinum Trophy. In this part of our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Trophy Guide, we shall reveal our Trophy Roadmap and then cover whether there are any Missable Trophies or Difficulty Related Trophies.
You don't need to take any particular approach to unlocking the Platinum Trophy in Marvel's Spider-Man 2 as all of the Trophies can still be unlocked after finishing the Main Story. Nothing is Missable, so feel free to enjoy the narrative and then circle back to this Trophy guide when you're ready to go for everything else. All doable in a single playthrough, you won't miss the chance to unlock a Trophy at any opportunity in the game. You should expect it to take roughly 35-40 hours to unlock the Platinum Trophy.
Are There Any Missable Trophies?
There are no Missable Trophies in the game. When you complete the Main Story, you'll return to the open world with all the Side Content and Collectibles still present. You could still collect all the Suits, unlock miscellaneous Trophies, and finish off any optional storylines.
Do Difficulty Options Affect Trophies?
There are no Difficulty Related Trophies in the game. Feel free to play on whichever difficulty option you like, as you'll still unlock all the Trophies on the easiest setting. In addition, the Accessibility Options don't disable Trophies. If you need to turn any of them on, do so in the knowledge you're not locking yourself out of any Trophies or disabling some important pieces of content.
In this part of our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Trophy guide, we're going to list all Trophies and provide detailed explanations for unlocking them all. Where relevant, we'll link to other pages within our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 guide when a thorough report is required. Unlocking all Trophies will automatically reward you with the Platinum Trophy.
Platinum: Collect all Trophies
Unlock every other Trophy on this list and you'll get the Platinum Trophy. 100 per cent completion is yours!
Gold: 100% complete all districts
- All Harlem Collectibles
- All Upper West Side Collectibles
- All Central Park Collectibles
- All Upper East Side Collectibles
- All Hell's Kitchen Collectibles
- All Midtown Collectibles
- All Greenwich Collectibles
- All Chinatown Collectibles
- All Financial District Collectibles
- All Astoria Collectibles
- All Downtown Queens Collectibles
- All Little Odessa Collectibles
- All Williamsburg Collectibles
- All Downtown Brooklyn Collectibles
Heal the World
Gold: Finish the main story
To the Max
Silver: Purchase all Gadget upgrades
You can buy Gadget upgrades from the pause menu, using Tech Parts and Tokens. You'll earn enough resources to purchase all the upgrades while completing All Missions — which is needed for the Platinum Trophy anyway — so it's not something you need to particularly focus on.
Silver: Purchase all available Suits
Once you unlock a new Suit, you'll need to craft it. Once you've crafted all of them, this Trophy will unlock. Please refer to our All Suits List and How to Unlock Them guide for more information.
Behind the Masks
Silver: Complete "Grand Finale"
Grand Finale is a Mission you'll unlock after completing all the Mysteriums that appear on your Map in the open world. For more information, refer to our All Mysteriums Locations and Grand Finale guides.
Silver: Reach max level
Silver: Complete "Target Identified"
Silver: Complete "It Was Meant for Me"
Silver: Complete all Symbiote Nests
Grains of Sand
Silver: Piece together broken memories
Leave Us Alone
Silver: Complete "Don't Be Scared"
The Great Hunt
Silver: Complete "Anything Can Be Broken"
Seek and Destroy
Silver: Complete all Hunter Bases
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man
Silver: Complete all FNSM requests
Silver: Complete "It Chose You"
Silver: Use Symbiote Abilities 25 times during Symbiote Surge
Symbiote Surge is the ability Peter can activate with L3 + R3. During that temporary phase, you must use Symbiote Abilities on enemies like Anti-Venom Bomb, Anti-Venom Strike, Anti-Venom Blast, and Anti-Venom Tempest.
Silver: Complete all EMF Experiments
Please refer to our All EMF Experiments Locations guide for information on this Trophy.
Silver: Defeat 100 enemies with Evolved Venom abilities
Evolved Venom abilities are all the ones Miles has access to via a hold of L1 and then a face button. You must defeat the enemy for this to count, so consider lowering the difficulty option to make this Trophy easier.
Armed and Dangerous
Silver: Defeat 100 enemies with Spider Arm abilities
Spider Arm abilities are all the ones Peter has access to at the start of the game: Spider Rush, Spider Shock, Spider Whiplash, and Spider Barrage. You must defeat the enemy for this to count, so consider lowering the difficulty option to make this Trophy easier.
Bronze: Complete "No Escape"
Bronze: Purchase all of Spider-Man's Suit Tech upgrades
Suit Tech upgrades improve both Spider-Men's health, damage, focus, and traversal across multiple tiers. You'll earn more than enough Tech Parts, Rare Tech Parts, and Tokens to unlock all of them while completing All Missions and finding all the Collectibles, which are needed for the Platinum Trophy.
Bronze: Complete "A Gift"
Bronze: Complete "Hard Bop"
Bronze: Complete "This Isn't You"
Funky Wireless Protocols
Bronze: Solve the mystery of the Spider-Bots' origin
Bronze: Equip a suit style
During a Mission in the Main Story called Suit Is Sandy, you will reach a tutorial that unlocks the Suits tab in the pause screen which forces you to unlock a set of Styles for the Advanced Suit 2.0. Simply equip one of them and the Trophy will unlock.
Bronze: Stealth takedown 25 enemies in stealth from the Web Line
You'll learn how to perform Takedowns from your Web Line during a Mission in the Main Story called Bad Guys on the Block. Once you have, simply make sure you haven't been spotted and deploy Web Lines and sneakily eliminate 25 enemies from above. If they're labelled as Safe when you perform the move, then no other enemy in the area will spot you.
Bronze: Perform 30 Air Tricks in a row without touching the ground
To perform Air Tricks, you need to be swinging in the air. Let go of your Web, then hold the Square button and push the left thumbstick in any direction. Peter or Miles will then start performing an assortment of tricks. To unlock this Trophy, find a long straight piece of road with tall buildings either side — the streets that run parallel with Central Park are perfect for this — to give yourself a good amount of space. Then, begin swinging and performing Air Tricks when you're at the height of your swing. As long as you don't hit the ground, you'll work towards 30 Air Tricks in a row and the Trophy will unlock.
Bronze: As Miles, use Reverse Flux to pull 6 or more enemies together simultaneously
You'll learn the Reverse Flux in a Mission part of the Main Story called No Escape. The combat encounter where you gain the ability is actually also a really good opportunity to unlock this Trophy. Allow the enemies to spawn all around you, and then activate Reverse Flux to get the Trophy.
Bronze: Round the bases at the Big Apple Ballers Stadium
Please refer to our How to Round the Bases at the Big Apple Ballers Stadium guide for information on how to unlock this Trophy.
Just Let Go
Bronze: As Miles, find the science trophy Miles and Phin won together
Please refer to our How to Find the Science Trophy Miles and Phin Won Together guide for information on how to unlock this Trophy.
You Know What to Do
Bronze: As Peter, visit Aunt May's grave
Please refer to our How to Visit Aunt May's Grave as Peter guide for information on how to unlock this Trophy.
Bronze: Using only your Web Wings, glide from the Financial District to Astoria (Wind Tunnels are okay!)
Please refer to our How to Glide from the Financial District to Astoria Using Only Your Web Wings guide for more information on this Trophy.
Bronze: Attempt and fail a trick before "landing" on the ground
When you're swinging across the open world, you can perform tricks by holding the Square button. To unlock this Trophy, let go of a Web as either Peter or Miles, then hold the Square button to do a trick and allow them to hit the floor.
A New Adventure
Bronze: Help Howard
Bronze: Collect a total of 10,000 Tech Parts
Tech Parts are mostly earned as rewards for completing Missions and finding Collectibles. You can also source them from Tech Crates spread across the open world. If you're going for the Platinum Trophy, you'll earn more than enough Tech Parts to unlock this Trophy before you're done.
Bronze: Complete all Tech Stashes
You're Gonna Need Help
Bronze: Complete "Surface Tension"
New York, New York
Bronze: Complete all Photo Ops
For a full list of All Photo Ops Locations, click the link.
Bronze: Defeat a Symbiote that is under the effect of Anti-Venom status
During a Mission called Set Things Right, Peter will get a new Suit that comes with Anti-Venom status effects. The first time you deploy an Anti-Venom Bomb — which is part of a tutorial — you'll unlock this Trophy.
A New Suit
Bronze: Acquire the Black Suit
Did you find our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Trophy guide helpful? Have a good browse of our Marvel's Spider-Man 2 guide for much more help and information.