Which games are coming to iOS, Android and Windows 10?

This week, RTE published our exclusive roundup of games that are coming this fall on iOS, Windows 10 and Android devices.

As always, this list is subject to change without notice. 

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Sleeping Dogs 2: The Complete Edition (PS4, PS3) Release date: 30th August Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS VitaPublisher: Take-Two InteractiveDeveloper: Take Two InteractiveDeveloper commentary: Ssleeping Dogs is the sequel to the cult hit Sonic The Hedgehog. 

In the new game, the main character wakes up in a strange world.

He is a former soldier, now living a double life.

His partner is the infamous gangster, Tommy Baron.

The two go to a party to celebrate their first birthday and find themselves in a dangerous situation. 

2. 

The Evil Within 2 (PS4) Developer: Bethesda SoftworksPublisher: Bethesda SoftwareDeveloper commentary (PS Vita): The second game in the series, The Evil Within is set in a dark, post-apocalyptic universe. 

Three humans were taken into a facility and forced to play a game of “Survival Horror” in an underground bunker. 

3. 

Assassin’s Creed: Origins (Xbox One, Xbox360) Launch date: 28th AugustPublisher: UbisoftPlatforms : Xbox OnePublisher commentary: Assassin Creed Origins will be released on both Xbox One and Xbox 360.

It is set to launch alongside the next installment in the franchise, Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, on March 25, 2020. 

4. 

Battlefield 1 (X360, PS5) Development time: 30 June – 30 October Platform: Xbox OneDeveloper commentary(PS3): Battlelog 2 developer comments: Battlefront 2 has a lot to offer in terms of multiplayer and co-op play, and we have a lot of love for Battlefield 1. 

5. 

Bastion (PC, PS2) Developer: Paradox InteractivePublisher: Paradox Development commentary: Bastion is the spiritual successor to the award-winning Grand Theft Auto franchise. 

6. 

Bloodborne (PS3, PS1) The developer commentary: Bloodborne is the fourth entry in the Dark Souls series.

The game follows a boy named Asmodeus, who is given a magical sword by a goddess.

The sword has powers beyond any ordinary sword.

It allows him to become one with the world around him, and the world itself. 

7. 

Destiny (PlayStation4, PC) Publisher: BungieDeveloper commentary (Windows 10): Destiny is the latest entry in Destin Kennedy’s Destination  series, set in the same universe as The Taken King and The Elder Scrolls: Legends. 

8. 

Far Cry 4 (PS5)Development time(PS Vita)Publisher: CrytekDeveloper commentary:(Xbox One): FarCry 4 is the newest entry in Crytek’s Far From Heaven series. 

9. 

Fable Legends (Xbox One) Platform(PS5): Xbox OneDevelop commentary: The next installment to Fables is the first title in the upcoming Fabled Realms series, which will also feature a brand new story. 

10. 

Fallout 4 (Xbox 360, PC, PSVita)  Developer commentary: Fallout 4 is Bethesda’s follow-up to Fallouts 3.

It’s the third entry in their Fallen series, and marks the third installment in Falloflives series. 

11. 

Galaxy in Turmoil (PC, PlayStation3, PlayStation Vita) (Mobile)Developer commentary on mobile: Galactic Civilizations III is the third game in a Grand Strategy series set in the galaxy of Star Wars: The Old Republic. 

12. 

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (DS, PS, X360, Wii U)  (PlayStation Vita)Developer Commentary: Metal Gear Solid is the most critically acclaimed game of 2015, and it’s the first in the Metal Gear series.

It follows Snake as he embarks on a mission to stop the Red Skull from destroying the planet. 

13. 

Mortal Kombat X (Wii U)Developer comments on Wii U: M.K. is the first of a new series of video games that takes place in the Mortal Kombat universe, and will also introduce new characters and gameplay. 

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted (iOS)Developer: Naughty DogPublisher: NianticDeveloper commentary, iOS commentary:Need for speed: Most wanted is a sequel to Niantics hit Need For Speed Forza Horizon 3, with a