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Streets of Rage 4 is coming to mobile devices

Head back onto the mean streets on your iOS and Android devices starting May 27.

The excellent 2020 follow-up to the Streets of Rage franchise, Streets of Rage 4, is finally coming to mobile devices. You’ll be able to head back to the mean streets on iOS and Android devices starting on May 24.

Published by Playdigious, the mobile Streets of Rage 4 ports bring the high-octane brawling gameplay to the small screen. The game will come complete with all the story and arcade content of the console release. Playgious has not announced a price yet, though considering the console / PC version goes for $25 USD, it likely won’t cost more than that to play it on your phone.

See the reveal trailer for the mobile ports below, courtesy of IGN on YouTube:

All about the Streets of Rage 4 mobile ports

The mobile versions of Streets of Rage 4 will be the same game you’ve played, though obviously modified to work on smartphones. The UI has been redesigned for mobile devices, though controller support is also enabled if you want to stick with traditional controls. However, the multiplayer mode will not be available at launch; Playdigious plans to add this in a future update.

In our review for the PC version of Streets of Rage 4, Mega Visions’ David Oxford said: “With Streets of Rage 4, the series manages to progress into the modern age without losing sight of its roots. […] It’s new yet familiar, in all the best ways — just the kind of thing you would hope for in a sequel.”

Streets of Rage 4 is developed by Dotemu, Lizardcube, and Guard Crush Games. The mobile ports will be published by Playdigious. It will be available for both iOS and Android devices on May 24.

Are you going to pick up Streets of Rage 4 for your mobile device? Let us know!

Daniel Hein

Daniel Hein is either A) a lifelong video game fanatic, writer, and storyteller just sharing his thoughts on things, or B) some kind of werewolf creature. We're not quite sure which yet. He also makes mediocre video game retrospectives (and other content!) on YouTube where you can watch him babble on for hours about nothing.
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