WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure is a new simulation ride in the Avengers Campus section of Disney California Adventure. In it, you help save the Worldwide Engineering Brigade from Spider-Bots that have gone haywire by shooting them with webs!
Usually, this ride uses a Virtual Queue for its line, assigning spots in line with a lottery system and then calling guests over to enjoy the ride when it’s their turn. Today, Disney made a slight change to the Virtual Queue description for the attraction on their website.
In the past, the description on Disneyland’s website for WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure had a short section explaining that Virtual Queue would be used for the attraction daily instead of a standby line.
If you look at the page for the ride now, you’ll see that the language has been changed to show that Virtual Queue might be paused from time to time giving Disney the ability to use the standby line. This is a slight change to the previous policy, where Virtual Queue was always used for the ride.
This change is similar to the removal of the virtual queue at Rise of the Resistance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, which switched to a standby line for the time being.
With Disney Genie’s upcoming arrival in Disney World on October 19th and its arrival in Disneyland slated for this Fall, this change could be in anticipation of the arrival of the new service which features a paid FastPass-like service called Lightning Lanes.
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