Insomniac offers to patch out the ill-fated marriage proposal in Spider-Man

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Spider-Man takes top place in the United Kingdom charts followed by Dragon Quest XI and then, still, Grand Theft Auto V. So if you haven't played Marvel's Spider-Man, or just don't want to know how the game ends, then you best look away now! Not only has it sold more than double God of War (which sold 3.1 million in 3 days), but the charts only count physical editions of the game, leaving us to only imagine how many were really sold. The game is littered with references and easter eggs for fans to find.

Tyler Shultz, a huge Spider-Man fan, Youtuber and Twitch streamer, reached out to Insomniac before the games release asking them to put a wedding proposal for him into their game. Rumor has it, according to an in-game tweet-esque message from Ted Price, founder of Insomniac Games, that they will be announcing a game next week.

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Insomniac's Ted Price is also IGN Unfiltered's guest for the month, and spoke to IGN's Ryan McCaffrey about how Insomniac's Spider-Man came to be.

Even though Schultz said that this "might go down in history as the saddest Easter egg", Schultz said he's happy it's still in the game, and even said that he hopes another couple will use that as their proposal. The developer obliged, setting up a movie-theater marquee with, "Maddie, Will You Marry Me?".

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It's anyone's guess if Insomniac will end up releasing a patch to cover up the proposal, as Schultz said that "it's a nice little reminder too, you know, the nearly mistake that I made".

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