Gameloft's Amazing Spider-Man 2 to get an offline mode

Gameloft’s Amazing Spider-Man 2 to get an offline mode update


Gameloft’s Amazing Spider-Man 2 mobile based video game is pretty decent stuff! Some people don’t like it which is fine because each to their own and all that, but I imagine some of the people that had issues with the game’s reliance on being played online. For some people their internet connections are bad, they want to play it whilst traveling etc etc.

Well, Gameloft are a company that listens. Or at least that’s what their actions seem to suggest because they are now about to change all of that with their latest update for the game. That’s right folks they’re going to introduce an offline mode so that the single player storyline will be playable offline. This is definitely great news right? I don’t know about you guys, but I really like the idea of being able to play my game Apps anywhere!

Unfortunately Gameloft couldn’t make everything offline, pirates are still out there after all! So, as toucharcade reports “Mysterio’s Arena and all IAP will still require the game phoning home to make sure you’re legit and in attempt to keep the leaderboards and overall online experience as fair as possible.” Which I think we can all agree is fair enough.

Gameloft are soon to be expanding their Spider-Man game catalogue when they release endless ‘runner’ Spider-Man Unlimited, which admittedly looks really cool! Here are some more details on the game.

Well done Gameloft, well done!

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  • d0x360

    Like most Gameloft games its a rip off of another more successful series. They take all the ideas and then pump out a game that’s half as good stick it on a mobile platform and call it a day.

    They used to just charge a few bucks up front but these days the games are cheap or free and loaded with micro transactions .

    Every once an a while you will find a decent game come from these guys but you are better off skipping them. Their best stuff is their older stuff made in the Years before they decided to nickel and dime gamers to death.