Spider-Man on PS4 contains one of the largest and most accurate simulations of New York to ever be put in a game. It may have been shrunk down slightly (1/16th scale, in fact), but with the iconic landscapes and memorable locations painstakingly replicated, it's hard not to be impressed with Insomniac's efforts.
It's no surprise then, that the developers felt it was only fair to sprinkle into the world a myriad of secrets and easter eggs for Spidey to uncover.
Littered amongst real world landmarks like The Empire State Building and The Freedom Tower are countless secrets to discover. Some are interesting, some are heartbreaking, and some might even cause you to relive painful memories from the previous entries in the series.
To save you from having to swing through every nook and cranny looking for them though, we've compiled a list of the ten best-hidden details in Spider-Man PS4, and where exactly you can find and experience them yourselves.
Of course, this article is filled with spoilers for the entire game, so make sure you finish the story and then come back to us.
10. The Pizza Parlour Music
Spider-Man PS4 is an original and independent take on everyone's favourite wall-crawler, but we wouldn't have the game we know and love today if it weren't for the Spider-Man 2 movie tie-in game. Despite being sixteen years old it still holds up with one of the most enjoyable movement systems to exist in gaming.
You can imagine the excitement then when Insomniac announced that they were not only developing a new Spider-Man game and basing the movement system on that of Spider-Man 2.
In many ways Spider-Man PS4 owes a great debt to Spider-Man 2, and what way to pay homage to this masterpiece but by including a nod to its most infuriating sections.
Found deep in the north-west of China Town, an unsuspecting Pizza restaurant can be heard playing the rage-inducing theme from Spider-Man 2's pizza delivery missions.
For those who don't know (or have blocked it from their memories), Spider-Man 2 featured various missions in which you had to deliver pizza to various locations. It doesn't sound especially difficult, but when you factor in the most unfair time limits and the fact that swinging around too much will ruin the pizza, you may see why gamers spent hours on these missions.