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Spider-Man Unlimited Mobile Game Shutting Down in March

The Spider-Man Unlimited mobile game from Gameloft, which has been running since September of 2014, announced plans to shut down via its official Facebook page on Thursday.

We are sad to announce that our journey with Spider-Man Unlimited is coming to an end. The game will be playable until...

Posted by Spider-Man Unlimited on Thursday, December 20, 2018

The game won't shut down immediately, though, as fans will still be able to sling around New York City for a few more months.

"We are sad to announce that our journey with Spider-Man Unlimited is coming to an end," reads a statement from the Gameloft. "The game will be playable until March 31st 2019 but we will not release any new content updates."

The message came with a nice, seemingly heartfelt thank you to the players from the team behind the game:

"We thank you, web-heads, for 4 spectacular years of saving the Spider-Verse and for being the best super-heroic squad we could ever ask for!"

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For those who haven't checked out Spider-Man Unlimited, it looks like this is your last chance. The game's story revolves around Spider-Man taking on the Sinister Six. Throughout the course of the game there is no shortage of Spidey variations to play as, including Werewolf Spider-Man, Six-Armed Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099. Other playable characters include Morbius, Venom, Jessica Drew, Nick Fury, Gwen Stacy, Mary Jane, Scarlet Spider, Carnage and Spider-Ham.

The game will remain functional through the end of March 2019, but after that, you'll need another web-slinging outlet for your spider adventures.

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