As you swing through the bustling streets of New York City in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, you’ll come across a ton of exciting side content to explore. One particular type of side mission that you won’t want to miss out on is the EMF Experiments.
The Little Odessa EMF Experiment is all about Bee Drones, where you’ll have to continue calibrating its targeting abilities against holographic predators. However, a real predator will appear during the training session.
Where To Find the Little Odessa EMF Experiment in Spider-Man 2
The Little Odessa EMF Experiment is situated in the southeast corner of the district, close to the border of the Williamsburg district. Before diving into the Queens Apiary: Bee Drones EMF Experiment in Little Odessa, you must tackle the Central Park Bee Drones EMF Experiment first. Then, use our map below to find the exact location. Afterward, feel free to use our map provided below to easily locate it.
EMF Experiment #1: Queens Apiary Bee Drones
Once you’re on the rooftop full of beehives, interact with the Emily-May Foundation workbench and listen to the pre-recorded message from Dr. Young. Similar to the previous EMF Experiment in Central Park, you will take control of a bee drone. Your task is to calibrate its targeting abilities by skillfully destroying holographic predators (press to fire).
This time around, your training session will be interrupted by a real predator: a bird! To deal with this situation, simply switch to Sonic Mode (press the button) and shoot the bird with the Sonic Laser. Then, follow the bee-eater bird and hit it with the Sonic Laser until it reaches its home.
So, when you finally make it to the bird’s cage, just go ahead and give that plank of wood a good old whack to close the door and catch the little fella. That’s the final step to wrap up this experiment, my friend. As a result, you’ll also unlock the Prospect Park Bee Drones, the next EMF Experiment in Downtown Brooklyn.