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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: How To Solve Plant Puzzle For Emily-May Foundation EMF

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has a variety of puzzles to solve including a plant puzzle that occurs in the Emily-May Foundation EMF mission.

This puzzle can be tricky to solve if you haven’t played any of the previous plant puzzles. Since most of these are optional, it can be tricky to figure out how to solve this new puzzle.

To unlock the Emily-May Foundation EMF mission in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, you will need to complete every single one of them on the world map. You will then get the last mission at Peter Parker’s home.

How To Solve Plant Puzzle In Marvel’s Spider-Man 2

The plant puzzle is easy to figure out in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. It requires the player to place tiles on a grid where each tile can only be connected to a specific node. This is the most complex plant puzzle in the game so it will require a few tries before you can figure it out.

The solution to the Emily-May Foundation EMF Mission is to use two water, one sun, two plants, and one hydrogen tile to complete the puzzle. The top row should contain a Hydrogen tile followed by a plant tile while the middle row should contain two liquid tiles. Finally, the last row should contain a plant and a sun tile.

You can see the puzzle in action in the video below, or check out the screenshot to see the solution to the puzzle.

Solving this puzzle will lead to the end of the EMF mission sidequest and also reward Peter Parker with a cool new outfit. You automatically equip it at the end of the mission.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is available now for PS5. It was developed and published by Insomniac Games. The game has been a remarkable success for Sony with more than 5 million copies sold worldwide.

For more on Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, check out our guides that cover the other missions including one involving a tricky Prowler Stash.

Salal Awan

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