Marvel’s Spider-Man Guide: How To Find All Black Cat Stakeout Locations

Marvel’s Spider-Man features many side missions and activities that you will have to perform. These are separate from the main game but they still go towards the 100% completion and platinum trophy.

In Marvel’s Spider-Man, you will have to look for Black Cat in the form of 12 Stakeout locations. These are not hard to find since they will get marked on the world map once you unlock it, but there is a tricky aspect that requires you to photograph a hidden doll at each marked spot.

How To Find And Solve All Black Cat Stakeout Locations

The first Black Cat Stakeout location will be a part of the story in the game so you don’t have to search for it. Once you complete it, you will be able to unlock the 11 remaining Stakeout locations that are marked on the world map if you have unlocked towers in every region.

Financial District

There are two marked Black Cat Stakeout locations in this district. Go to each location to find a camera and use it for capturing these hidden dolls photos.

Chinatown

This one has just one hidden doll to photograph as seen below.

Greenwich

This one has just one hidden doll to photograph as seen below.

Hell’s Kitchen

There are two marked Black Cat Stakeout locations in this district. Go to each location to find a camera and use it for capturing these hidden dolls photos.

Midtown

There are two marked Black Cat Stakeout locations in this district. Go to each location to find a camera and use it for capturing these hidden dolls photos.

Upper West Side

This one has just one hidden doll to photograph as seen below.

Upper East Side

This one has just one hidden doll to photograph as seen below.

Harlem

This one has just one hidden doll to photograph as seen below.

How To Trigger Cat’s Cradle Sidequest

Once you are done getting all of the Stakeout locations, you will be able to trigger the Cat’s Cradle sidequest which is shown on the world map as a blue dot. This sidequest offers Dark Suit as a reward so it is highly recommended to do so. If you don’t get the side mission available on the world map, try to progress further in the story or finish the game.

Marvel’s Spider-Man is available now for the PS4. It was developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Khurram Imtiaz

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