Engadget, citing the official ArtPlay blog, stated that the game, which has achieved great success in the past in terms of sales, will reach the two most popular operating systems, iOS and Android, later this year.
While the developer has not announced a specific date for the launch of the mobile version of its game, it confirmed that this step is “close”, especially as the company seeks to invest the great success of the current version of gaming devices.
The version for smartphones and tablets will include all the content of the full version on large gaming devices, including all downloadable content, with “no compromise in visual quality or gameplay accuracy,” according to the company’s assertion.
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According to Engadget, the developers are making some improvements that are also mobile-centric. They have redesigned the user interface and icons so that they are easier to display on smaller screens, and the studios of the same company, Artline, have also modified how weapons and combos work to make them more suitable for controls. By touch, not by the joystick buttons, as in the traditional game console version.Last year, “Art Line” launched the game Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night for the famous gaming consoles, especially PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and since that time the game has achieved impressive success.
The game is the successor to the previous game, known as Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and it adopts a large part of the mechanics and gameplay of the latter.
The developer confirms that the next release of smartphones and tablets will be a “special title” on iOS and Android.
ArtLine did not indicate the possible cost of the game, nor did it confirm the release date, although it will be available worldwide soon.