That was already six platforms in a single release.
Dead Cells first came to Steam early access in May 2017 and then later released for consoles in August 2018. Players will have to fight their way past the "keepers" in order to continue exploring the ever-changing castle. To beat the game, you'll have to master frantic 2D combat, with the ever-present threat of permadeath looming. According to some fans, the combination of roguelike and metroidvania even made Dead Cells a genre-defining game, giving birth to the roguevania.More news: Which adults should consider a measles vaccination booster?
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The game will be coming to iOS devices this summer with a revamped interface created especially for iPhone and iPad. You'll be able to customize the buttons' positions and sizes, with more touch control options available. For those that have them, external MFi controllers are also supported. Those who played the game on the PC and console will get to enjoy the same insane MetroidVania-style action game this time on their smartphones and tablets running on Apple and Google's mobile operating systems.
Dead Cells will cost £9.99 when it launches on iOS this summer. Playdigious has just confirmed its plans to bring the Souls-like action platformer to mobile later this year.