How to Perform a Finisher: Spider-Man 2

Arnan Bonny
By Arnan Bonny
3 Min Read

Here is everything you need to know if you want to perform a finisher in Spiderman-2.

Peter Parker and Miles Morales return for a thrilling new adventure in Insomniac Games’ critically acclaimed Spider-man 2. You get the opportunity to live your superhero fantasy by swinging, jumping, and gliding across Marvel’s expanded New York City, fighting crimes and serving justice.

Switch between Peter Parker and Miles Morales to experience different stories and epic new powers as the series’ iconic villain, Venom, threatens to destroy your lives and your city.

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Combat in the game is satisfying but also challenging. You will often find yourself in the midst of tough enemies that can hit quite hard. Thankfully, you have some special moves up your sleeves.

Whether you find yourself being surrounded by goons or going head-to-head against a big boss, dishing out a powerful finisher can completely change the tides in your favor. So here’s everything you need to know if you want to perform a finisher in Spider-Man 2.

Performing a Finisher in Spiderman 2

Spider-Man 2: Performing a Finisher

If you played the previous entries, then you will be quite familiar with how finishers work in the game. The big difference is the finishers themselves. New moves and new animations make performing the finisher more satisfying than ever before.

In order to perform a finisher, this is what you need to do:

  • Fill up your focus bar by engaging in combat with enemies. You can increase Focus faster by performing longer strings of combos. Dodging, weaving, performing air yanks, and swing kicks can also go a long way. Remember that you can either use up your Focus bar to perform a finisher or use it up to heal yourself.
  • When you have one full bar of focus, press the Triangle and Circle buttons together to perform the finisher.
Spider-Man 2: Performing a Finisher
  • You can take down brute-type enemies if you have two full bars of focus.
  • Unlike normal enemies, Bosses cannot be instantly taken down with a finisher. You can, however, inflict heavy damage upon them.

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Arnan Bonny is a Guide writer at GameRiv.