Sunday , February 18 2018

Gameloft announces Asphalt 7 and Amazing Spiderman game

The Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 is on at the moment in Los Angeles and it’s there that Gameloft has announced two new games for Android, Asphalt 7: Heat and The Amazing Spider-Man. Both look fairly decent, the Asphalt series is pretty highly regarded and Gameloft has a pretty good track record on their movie tie-in games,so both should be pretty decent.

The Amazing Spiderman is a movie tie-in game which I expect will be released in conjunction with the Sony Pictures movie of the same name which is due in Cinemas on the 4th of July, according to Gamelofts description :

The Amazing Spider-Man will be a full 3D action game that incorporates familiar characters and environments, and provides players with plenty of missions, rich gameplay and comprehensive battle systems. Players will explore the city, protect the citizens, develop their skills and discover amazing powers.

Trailer for The Amazing Spiderman :

The other game announced is the sequel to one of the most popular car racing games on Android, Asphalt 7: Heat, I love a bit of Asphalt 6 so I can`t wait to see what they’ve done with 7.

In this fasted edition of Asphalt, number of tracks has been increased, tonnes of new cars are available, and some exciting new multiplayer and social modes will turn up the heat of the asphalt!

Trailer for Asphalt 7: Heat :

Source: Gameloft Australia Blog.

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