Into the Breach will be available on iOS and Android beginning July 19th, but you won’t be able to play it on mobile platforms unless you have a Netflix subscription. Into the Breach, the sci-fi turn-based strategy game from the makers of FTL: Faster Than Light, will be available on iOS and Android as part of a Netflix subscription beginning July 19th, developer Subset Games announced Thursday. Since late last
Since late last year, Netflix has offered a selection of mobile games that subscribers can play for free. The company has been steadily adding titles in the months since launch, and although much of what’s available is generic-looking casual fare, Netflix seems committed to adding more notable games like Into the Breach. Earlier this month at its Geeked Week event, for example, Netflix revealed that a bunch of indie titles, including Spiritfarer and a new entry in the Reigns series, would be added to its mobile offerings.
The iOS and Android version of Into the Breach has a “revisited and redesigned” touchscreen interface, according to Subset Games, and there won’t be ads or in-app purchases. It will have the same content as versions on other platforms, including the new Advanced Edition additions that will also be available on July 19th.