Insomniac has introduced a helpful feature called Swing Assists in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 to make swinging feel familiar for new players. This guide will show you the best swing settings to make swinging easy and natural. It will also help you decide if you should use the new Swing Assists or not.
Best Swing Settings in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
The old Spider-Man games used to have a feature that helped players swing between buildings smoothly. The new Spider-Man 2 game by Insomniac has lots of customization options, which can be confusing.
Here are the steps to customize your Spider-Man 2 web-swinging settings:
- Pause the game by pressing the pause button.
- In the menu that appears, click on “Settings.”
- Look for the option called “Gameplay settings” and click on it.
- Scroll down the menu until you find a section named “Swing Assists.”
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We’ve also figured out the best settings for swinging:
- Swing Steering Assistance: Set it to 5. Or, it’s a good idea to begin with 10 and then slowly decrease.
- Slow Corner Timescale: Turn it off (or keep it on if you’re new).
- Webline Bending: Turn it on.
- Fall Damage: Off
We played the game with these settings, and they worked well for us. If you’re new to the Spider-Man games and use these settings, it might take a little time to get used to them.
Is Swing Assists good in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2?
If you’re new to the game and don’t know how to swing properly, set the Swing Steering Assistance to 10. If you’re a Spider-Man game veteran, you can lower it to 5 or even turn it off (0). If you’re having trouble making sharp turns while swinging, you can use Slow Corner Timescale to slow down time and help you turn more easily.
Also, it’s a good idea to disable Fall Damage in Spider-Man 2, especially because there are many chase sequences leading to fights, and having more health can be very helpful.
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