Darkest Dungeon, the hit indie dungeon crawling game that was released last January on PC and consoles, has been acclaimed for its highly difficult turn-based gameplay and roguelike game experience. Developer Red Hook Studios has announced the latest news on the Darkest Dungeon official website recently, that development of the game's mobile version has been finished, and it will be released on iPad on August 24th, 2017.
According to the developer, the "Tablet Edition" of the game will be "jam-packed with all key features found in other platforms," while "the touch interface fits the game perfectly." More features have been added to improve the game for mobile devices, such as that the pause function allows players to stop playing anytime in the game, and that users who want to transfer their save files from the PC, Mac, or Linux versions of the game can simply save their files to a file transfer service (such as Dropbox), download to their iPad, and import the save to continue their progress.
Darkest Dungeon is about that a landowner unearthed portals to dark dimensions and released a number of horrific and evil creatures onto the world, while seeking fame and fortune by excavating the dungeons and catacombs beneath his manor. As the owner took his own life cowardly, the player, as a relative of him, has inherited his estate and the surrounding lands, and must recruit a roster of adventurers and mount expeditions to cleanse the estate of its vile inhabitants.
The developer also said that the game's brand new Crimson Court DLC, released on PC earlier this year, will also launch for iPad later this year.
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