Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to swing into theaters this summer and has no official tie-in game, though Sony and Insomniac Games have their own game set to arrive at some point. This is a change from the previous two Spider-Man franchises that each had a tie-in game, including The Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2. We told you earlier today that both games were delisted from the Wii U eShop, but since then it has disappeared from pretty much every digital option possible.
As of right now, both The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 games are no longer able to be purchased from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Games Store, Steam, or the aforementioned Wii U eShop.
The first Amazing Spider-Man game released for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, Wii, and PC, as well as handheld versions as well. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 however came later and released not only on all of those platforms except Wii, but also on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Both games were developed by Beenox and published by Activision and evidently the license Activision had for both games to distribute them digitally must have expired. We have no official confirmation on if this is the reason, but most times in the past this has been the case.
While the game cannot be purchased, there is actually one DLC pack available for purchase still on at least the PlayStation Store titled the Web Threads Suit Pack for $6.99, so you may want to grab that soon in case it is delisted as well.
What is good with these two games is that they both received full retail releases, so you really shouldn’t have too much trouble finding the game via a physical copy. However, if you were looking to have a digital copy, you are pretty much out of luck outside of retailers like Green Man Gaming that only has The Amazing Spider-Man 2 available and likely will be taking it down soon too based on everyone else.