Published: Thu, May 09, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Dead Cells Coming on Ios Devices, That’s When

Dead Cells Coming on Ios Devices, That’s When

Dead Cells on mobile will be a full port of the game.

The game, originally developed and published by Motion Twin, is getting a mobile port with the help of France-based publisher Playdigious. Players will have to fight their way past the "keepers" in order to continue exploring the ever-changing castle.

Dead Cells is a roguevania action platformer that will require you to master frantic 2D combat with a wide variety of weapons and skills against merciless minions and boss.

The interface is being revamped for mobile.

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The roguelike-metroidvania game Dead Cells will be coming to iOS devices this summer with plans for an Android version coming after. There will also be MFi external controller support.

"Dead Cells" continues to receive mostly positive reviews on Steam.

This is a one-time purchase, and players will not see "F2P mechanics" or ads in the game, according to Playdigious. There's also an Android port in the works planned for a later release. Are you looking forward to Dead Cells iOS, or are you satisfied with the Nintendo Switch version for playing on the move?

The game studio said that as part of the redesign, the game will have two features: "original" and "auto-hit".

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