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Endling: Extinction is Forever Goes Mobile in February 2023

Endling Mobile

Folks who’d rather play on their phones or tablets will have a chance to play Endling: Extinction is Forever early next year. Developer Herobeat Studios and publisher Handygames announced that Endling will appear on mobile devices on February 7, 2023. The game will receive iOS and Android versions, distributed via the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and Samsung Galaxy Store. The Endling mobile port will be a premium release and feature all the features of the existing PC and console editions. Endling launched on consoles and PC in July 2022, and was nominated for the “Games for Impact” category at The Game Awards 2022.

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Endling: Extinction is Forever is a wildlife-themed exploration and survival game. Players control a mother fox, struggling to keep her kits alive in the near future. Human activity has altered the Earth’s biosphere so much that it can no longer sustain wild animal and plant life. Players will explore environments from the perspective of the fox, seeing firsthand how current-day ecological concerns can threaten animals trying to survive. They’ll also hunt and try to find shelter from threats, and attempt to raise the kits to survive.

The mobile port of Endling will also feature accommodations for play on smartphones and tablets. The UI will support touch controls, and be customizable for extra comfort. The game will also support controller play, for players that prefer a more traditional gamepad. Cloud saves will enable play across devices.

Endling mobile launches on February 7, 2023. It will cost $9.99 USD. Pre-registration is available on the App Store, Google Play Store, and Galaxy Store. It is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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