If you’ve got really good ears, and you’ve put the time in on Spider-Man: Miles Morales, then you may have picked up on a particular air horn sound effect that plays intermittently during crucial cutscenes. In an odd twist, it transpires the air horn is actually a bug in the game – and now Insomniac Games has rolled out a patch update for the PC edition, which has silenced the strange siren once and for all.

This story comes from PCGamesN, who confirmed the airhorn sound, which created unexpected moments of comedy in cutscenes considered otherwise serious and dramatic cutscenes, had been banished from the game in patch 1.1130.0.0. So, if you decide to jump back into Miles Morales on the PC, you’ll no longer hear this strange sound effect within the concrete jungle of New York City.

The latest patch has also remedied a wave of other kinks inside the game, including missing audio from cutscenes and the inclusion of a game menu option that permits players to skip fast travel animations. There are additional fixes for shadows and glass surfaces. Insomniac solved a bug that caused Crime Missions to fail to load under particular conditions, resolved a problem with the Gadget wheel button, and secured a fix for ultra-wide aspect ratios.

In October, Insomniac reconfirmed that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was still on track for a 2023 releaseSpider-Man: Miles Morales is available on the PS4 and PS5, with the recently-released PC port available to purchase via Steam and Epic. For more Spider-Man content, stay with us at GameLuster for every update.

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