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Lords of the Fallen is taking its hacking and slashing on the go with a 2015 mobile game

Lords of the Fallen, the Dark Souls-like console and PC role-playing game from developers Deck 13 Interactive and CI Games, is going mobile in 2015 with a new game for Android and iOS devices. It features a story set in the Lords of the Fallen universe, but it’s not a direct port of the 2014 release. It was announced via a recent tweet from the game’s official account.

No other details about the new game were given, but CI Games CEO Marek Tyminski did subsequently confirm to Gamespot that it would not be a port, but an original experience.

Related: Lords of the Fallen review

Lords of the Fallen is a dark, hack-‘n’-slash RPG directly in the vein of Dark Souls, though generally less punishing. Digital Trends contributor Michael Rougeau found that it brought very little to the table that feels original, but was nevertheless a solid and enjoyable game that has its share of clever twists on popular and familiar gameplay mechanics.

Executive producer Tomasz Gop (previously producer of the first two Witcher games for CD Projekt Red) also confirmed to Eurogamer recently that the studio is in the early, conceptual phase of developing Lords of the Fallen 2, but offered no further details on the sequel.