How to Find Avengers Tower in Spider-Man 2

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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is chock full of Easter eggs, paying homage to Marvel lore old and new. One returning Easter egg from the first Marvel’s Spider-Man game is Avengers Tower, which can be found in Insomniac’s new Spidey sequel.

Avengers Tower Location in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Explained

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Avengers Tower is located on the upper East side almost directly in the middle of the district, as seen on the map above. The tower is located to the southeast of a Mysterium challenge in the district.

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Avengers Tower is very hard to miss, as it is a massive building with a glowing red “A” symbol. If you zoom in on the map, you can actually see the Avengers logo on the tower.

Do the Avengers Appear in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2?

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While Avengers Tower may be in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Marvel’s iconic superhero team are not. This isn’t surprising, as Insomniac’s game is primarily focused on protagonists Peter Parker and Miles Morales.

Is There a Trophy for Finding Avengers Tower in Spider-Man 2?

Unlike the first Marvel’s Spider-Man game, there is no trophy for finding or climbing to the top of Avengers Tower. In Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018), players who perched atop Avengers Tower were awarded with a bronze trophy, but that is not the case in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

To recap, the Avengers Tower can be found in the middle of the Upper East Side District, but does not award a trophy like the previous game did in Insomniac’s Marvel’s Spider-Man from 2018.

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Grant Testa

Grant Testa is a writer at Prima Games, who specializes in achievement hunting and horror gaming. He is also an avid comic book reader/collector, fantasy footballer, and rock music fanatic. Thousands who have been defeated by Grant in online multiplayer games have cried to themselves, wondering, "How did he get so good?! Why can't I be a gaming demigod like him?" They would probably be surprised to learn that Grant actually inherited his elite gaming skills from his mom, Joann Hansen, one of the speediest stenographers/typists in the nation, (and probably the world). Fun fact: he is also the son of the world’s first “let’s player” and comedy legend, Tim Testa.