Quite a big week for Android gaming news that, as we’re about to dig into. We had a massive announcement, the roll out of the biggest game in the world across all devices, and a massive MMO heading in our direction. Read on to learn about all of the week’s happenings in one place.
The biggest Android games news this week: Dead Cells is coming to mobile
That’s right, Dead Cells is apparently coming soon to Android. This 2D Dark Souls-style platformer aims to be the ultimate metroidvania on mobile.
Fortnite is finally available across all compatible Android devices, following a short beta on Samsung. Now you can play the world’s biggest game anywhere, on anything.
Legend: Rising Empire wants to take Clash of Clans crown by introducing strategy elements into the combat. Place knights in front of vulnerable archers and use siege weaponry to break down castle gates. That sort of thing.
Element is a casual sci-fi RTS that’s coming soon to mobile. You have to try and escape from a dying solar system by flying from planet to planet, gathering resources. Oh, and aliens will try and stop you, so fight them off while you’re at it.
Last but certainly not least was the news that Eve Online is coming to mobile devices soon as Eve Echoes. It’s not going to be the exact same game but a more streamlined version to suit the smaller screen.
CCP Games is excited to formally unveil EVE: Echoes, a brand-new spaceship sandbox MMO set in an alternate New Eden, the sci-fi universe of @EveOnline. Developed by @NetEaseOfficial in conjunction w/ CCP, EVE: Echoes will arrive on iOS & Android in 2019.#ccpgames #videogamenews pic.twitter.com/DUWtHZycQp
— CCP Games (@CCPGames) October 20, 2018