Marvel’s Spider-Man: How To Find The Avengers Tower

Spider-Man Avengers Tower

Marvel’s Spider-Man is one huge game, and not just because of how excited people were to play it. New York City is a massive playground to swing around in and explore with it having more than a few easter eggs up its sleeve.

One of its most obvious little nods, thanks to it being a hulking skyscraper dominating the whole city, is the inclusion of the Avengers Tower. From what I’ve played so far, it’s just about the only Avengers reference in the game, which is a shame.

To find Avengers Tower, you need to make your way towards the Upper East Side of NYC which, you guessed it, is in the upper east side of the map. There’s nothing wrong with being literal sometimes. Here’s the exact location for the Avengers Tower in Marvel’s Spider-Man.

Spider-Man Avengers Tower

If you can’t quite find it, look for the boisterous building with a large A plastered on the side. As for scaling it, you can wall run up the entire thing. It’s a little tricky to swing all the way up it, so just wall run.

Once you’ve scaled its heights, you unlock a trophy called “Hero For Higher”. To achieve this trophy, you have to get to the tippy-top of the Avengers Tower and perch on one one of its “lights”; do this by clicking L3. The trophy should then pop.

Spider-Man Avengers Tower

There are a couple of other cool little extras related to the Avengers Tower, too. There’s a backpack right near its zenith that is related to Sandman; Spidey will make a quip about maybe accidentally releasing him. Likewise, if you take a photo of the Avengers Tower, Spidey will mention something about the Avengers themselves never actually being there and may be somewhere on the West Coast right now.

That’s just about it for Avengers Tower, unfortunately. You can’t go into the building, just climb it.

Marvel’s Spider-Man is available on PC, PS4, and PS5.

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