Gameforge Reveals SoulWorker Is Coming To Mobile

Gameforge revealed this morning that their hit PC title SoulWorker: Anime Legends will be coming to mobile this year for iOS and Android. In fact, the game is coming out sooner than we think as it will drop into both Google Play and the Apple Store sometime this month, but a date hasn't been locked down yet. The game is set to bring everything you know and love from the PC version to mobile, along with new quests for you to take part in, a new solo gameplay experience, character exclusive battles, and a bunch of new additions that you can only experience through this version. You can read up more on the game below, as well as check out screenshots and the latest trailer for the mobile version as you see the game in action.

Gameforge Reveals SoulWorker Is Coming To Mobile
Credit: Gameforge

"We are excited to invite players to an all-new SoulWorker experience on the go through their mobile devices," said Botond Nemeth, Executive Producer at Gameforge. "As a fully stand- alone title in the franchise with new adventures to embark upon, players can expect new, dynamic gameplay set in the SoulWorker universe that they love plus new and exciting updates after release, so stay tuned!"

Like its popular Windows PC counterpart, SoulWorker: Anime Legends invites players to choose between 6 heroes, known as SoulWorkers, who must put a stop to forces of evil in quick and intense battles. The birthplace of this evil? The Great Void, an all-absorbing portal which has been the cause of death for many people and has already paved the way for countless demons to arrive. The emotions of SoulWorkers are so strong that they are able to transform their souls into powerful weapons. But first, they have to learn how to handle their newly acquired strength — and do so before all of humanity is wiped out.

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