XCOM 2 Collection Android version coming “next year” | Articles


Feral Interactive has revealed in a tweet that the Android port of the XCOM 2 Collection will launch someday subsequent yr. The iOS port of the favored PC and console tactical technique recreation is releasing on Thursday this week, however Android followers should wait a bit longer to play the sport.

A couple of days in the past, a Twitter consumer by the identify of @thegreatmosey vented their frustration on social media concerning the recreation’s supposed iOS exclusivity: “I would be MUCH more excited about this if it wasn’t a crummy platform exclusive.” to which Feral Interactive replied: “There will be an Android version next year, Mosey.”

So there you’ve it. The recreation might be accessible for iOS units from Thursday, and on Android someday subsequent yr if issues keep in response to Feral Interactive’s plans.

The XCOM 2 Collection delivers the complete expertise from the PC and consoles version of the sport, together with the bottom title, the War of the Chosen growth, and 4 DLC packs for one value. We published a review of it earlier at the moment, the place our reviewer Sergio known as the technique within the recreation “one of the best in any mobile game.”

It is sensible that XCOM 2 Collection would finally make its manner over to Android, as the unique XCOM: Enemy Unknown was initially an iOS unique on cellular till it appeared on Google Play a yr later packaged with the Enemy Within growth. “Next year” doesn’t give us quite a bit to go on, because it might imply in a couple of months’ time or over a yr away, however extra particulars ought to be revealed when Feral Interactive is able to announce them.

You can pre-order the XCOM 2 Collection from the iOS App Store for £23.99 forward of its Thursday launch date.

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