Lords of the Fallen Mobile Announced, Isn't a Port

[UPDATE] It's not a port, developer confirms.

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[UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, CI Games CEO Marek Tyminski issued a statement to GameSpot confirming the mobile version of Lords of the Fallen will not be a port.

"we're currently working on a mobile game that takes place in the Lords of the Fallen universe, which we're aiming to launch on iOS and Android in 2015. It will not be a straight port of the game though, but rather a brand new Lords of the Fallen experience. More details on that are still to come."

The original story is below.

A version of this year's Dark Souls-like role-playing game Lords of the Fallen is coming to mobile devices. This game, possibly a port of the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC game or potentially a spinoff, will be released in 2015, it was announced through the title's official Twitter account.

No further details regarding the Lords of the Fallen mobile version were shared. We have followed up with the developer, asking if this is a port of the console/PC game, a spinoff, or something else entirely.

In addition to the Lords of the Fallen mobile game, Deck 13 and publisher CI Games are moving forward on a full-on sequel, which is in the early stages of development.

It's not too surprising to learn that the Lords of the Fallen series will be expanding. After all, the original game's budget of around 42 million Polish zloty (about $12.4 million) was recouped earlier this year after the game shipped more than 700,000 copies, of which 200,000 were sold through to consumers.

For more, check out GameSpot's Lords of the Fallen review.

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