Spider Man PS4: Secret Photo Locations

Spider Man PS4: Secret Photo Locations

Here's where to find every Secret Photo Location in Spider-Man PS4.

There's a lot to do in Spider Man PS4, but there's even more content to complete once you've seen the end credits. In this Spider Man PS4 Secret Photo Ops guide we'll detail the post-credits collectable and give you the locations for every secret photo op in the city. What's more, our guide splits up the Spider Man PS4 Secret Photo Op Locations by city, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding the ones you're missing.

Spider Man Secret Photo Ops Suit Mod - How to Get the Proximity Sensor

In order to locate the Secret Photo Ops Location in Spider Man PS4 you'll need to the special Proximity Sensor suit mod. With this mod equipped you'll be given a heads up when you are near a photo op location (look out for the camera icon on the mini-map). Just below we've got the actual locations of each Secret Photo Op. Most ops are near buildings or secret landmarks.

Spider Man PS4 Secret Photo Locations

In this section of our Spider Man PS4 Secret Photo Ops Locations guide we have numerous maps highlighting the location of them all. We've split this guide into different districts of the map, so head to the section you're having trouble with and you'll find all the info you need to track down every op location.

For more on Spider-Man PS4, check out our Spider Man Walkthrough. It has links to all of the guides pages we've put together for the game.


On the map shown above you’ll see the secret photo locations indicated by red dots. These are the locations for the Secret Photos in Harlem, so just get close enough with your Suit Mod equipped and each one will show up on your map.

Upper West Side

We’ve marked the Secret Photo Locations for Upper West Side on the map above. There are only four to pick up, and they’re in relatively easy to reach spots.

Central Park

Central Park has some of the most scenic secret photos you’ll find in the game. A collection of rowboats, a miniature castle, it’s got it all.

Upper East Side

The Upper East side is home to four Secret Photos. Just use the tall buildings for momentum and you’ll grab them all in no time.

Hell’s Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen is home to four Secret Photos, some right on the borders of each side. Josie’s Bar is a real highlight here.


Midtown is one of the largest districts in Spider Man PS4. There aren’t too many Secret Photos to get though, so it shouldn’t take you too long to clear.

Financial District

The Financial District is home to some of the snazziest and tallest buildings in Manhattan. There’s plenty of Secret Photos to snap up, including one at the Oscorp Building.


Greenwich has four Secret Photos to pick up. They’re spaced pretty close together, and you’ll find an awesome Inhumans reference at one of the sites.


Our final stop on the Spider Man PS4 Secret Photo tour is China town. There are eight to pick up, and some seriously awesome easter eggs hidden within. This should bring you up to the grand total of 50 Secret Photos, meaning you’ll complete the challenge.

Secret Photos Reward

So after scouring the city hunting the secret photos down, what exactly do you get as a reward? Well, the answer is pretty cool, as it's actually a whole new Suit. Snapping all 50 photos will grant you the ESU suit, showing Peter in his university t-shirt. You can check it out in the picture below.

That’s everything we’ve got for you so far on Spider Man PS4. We’ll be bringing you more info as we get it. You can check out what we thought of the game in our Spider Man PS4 Review. Elsewhere there's our look at 7 comics that inspired the game.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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