We've known for a while that Playdigious and Motion Twin's Dead Cells would eventually be making its way over to Android, but we now have a slightly firmer idea of when it'll launch. In a comment reply to a Touch Arcade tweet, Playdigious confirmed that the port will arrive in Q3 2020.
The team is also working to put out a content update for the mobile version, though its release date is still unknown. As expected, the iOS and Android ports will eventually resemble the PC and console versions in terms of content.
Android version will be out Q3 2020. We are also working on content update but do not have a timing to share at the moment. Ultimately we will catch-up with Console/PC versions.— Playdigious (@Playdigious) January 8, 2020
Dead Cells, if you didn't know, is a fast-paced roguelike that sees you hacking and slashing your way through an expansive castle. You'll start out in the deepest dungeon, before heading out to explore what soon reveals itself to be a sizable environment full of interesting locations and unique enemies.
Combat is intense and often challenging, with a ton of different weapon types and abilities to test out on the castle's grisly inhabitants. With it being a roguelike, you'll be replaying the same areas regularly, though the game remains fresh thanks to its random generation of levels and enemy placements.
Bosses are another big highlight, with each presenting its own unique challenge. It's just a super polished game, and the iOS port is a genuinely great way to play. You'll find it available for purchase now from over on the App Store.