Critically Acclaimed FROSTPUNK Will Make Its Way to iOS and Android Devices According to 11 bit studios
11 bit studios is not planning to abandon its highly successful Frostpunk anytime soon, and after releasing the city-building production's first major expansion — titled The Last Autumn — the Polish developer is bringing the base game to mobile devices.
In today's announcement, 11 bit studios confirmed that 2018's Frostpunk is getting a full-blown mobile port, which will allow iOS and Android users experience everything the award-winning project has to offer on the go. It also sounds like Frostpunk on mobile will be made from the ground up to keep all the elements that made it special on even moderately new devices.
As a reminder, Frostpunk won't be available for Nintendo Switch, as the console's hardware is reportedly not powerful enough to make such a port feasible.
Considering that 11 bit has yet to reveal the name of the studio that is working on Frostpunk's mobile port, it's safe to say that the iOS and Android version of the title won't be released in the near future.
It's not clear if the recently announced mobile edition of Frostpunk will also include the Last Autumn DLC.
A society survival game where heat means life and every decision comes at a price. As the leader of the last civilized society on Earth, you’re tasked with building a city for your survivors to live in, discover new technologies, explore frozen wastelands and most importantly, manage and rule society to prepare it for life in an unforgiving world. Choices in this world aren’t as easy as they seem and holding power over people has a cost as heavy as the responsibility you feel in caring for them.
Frostpunk is currently available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (via Steam & Origin); coming to iOS and Android devices.
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