Android game headlines and updates: XCOM 2, Genshin Impact 1.1, Crash Bandicoot, etc.

It’s good to know that the mobile gaming industry has our backing as winter approaches and the Covid-19 epidemic resumes its attack on our precious freedoms.

Not only did we get the great entertainment we’re looking forward to in the form of XCOM 2, Bloodstained, Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, but the games we already love are getting even better with updates.

While Genshin Impact’s next 1.1 update looks like a beast, adds new characters, quests, and more, Crying Suns has just been overhauled with all sorts of great things.

Check out Saturday’s companion in this article to read about the best new Android games and sales.


The XCOM 2 collection will soon be mobile. It’s not just Android. But don’t be afraid. The Android version will arrive next year. In the meantime, you can look into your iOS cousin to see what the game looks like and how to play it. This enhanced video does a great job of showing you what’s in it.

After a phenomenally successful launch, Genshin Impact is about to receive its first major update. Version 1.1, the new Star Approach adds characters, quests and more to miHoYo’s ambitious Breath of the Wild-style gacha masterpiece. November 11th is the time when new content will be removed.

You know what you are getting in football manager games. The 2021 edition of the long-running franchise will include team building, league competition and more. Screenshots show officially licensed clubs and players, including Jamie Vardy. For more information, we accept pre-registration.

For the first time in history, the Marvel Contest of Champions is democracy. Kabam invites players to vote for their favorite new champion from a variety of candidates, including Hercules, Okoye, Dazzler, Ironheart and Blue Marvel. The contest will be held in a series of rounds and the winners will be announced in December.

You can see that Rovio has deep financial resources as it continues to have the problem of creating games and pouring them into the bathroom at the very end. The latest tennis to receive this treatment is Angry Birds Tennis, a sophisticated but ultimately destined tennis game starring Angry Birds franchise characters.

A3: Still Alive is Netmarble’s big budget open world RPG. It boasts cross-genre gameplay with RPG and battle royale elements. And it comes in just over a week. While waiting, you can participate in character name booking events for in-game rewards.

King has always seemed strangely understated about Crash Bandicoot: On the Run. In the first few months of this year, he refused to admit rumors about it and finally announced it rudely on Twitter. According to the latest and latest tweets, the game will be released next spring and boasts over 100 hours of gameplay.

As a bit of a starting point for giant Chinese developers and publishers, NetEase runs Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night mobile ports. This is Metroidvania, which is highly regarded by one of the people behind Castlevania. It’s already a big hit on other platforms, and the mobile version includes all existing DLC. It will also be a global release with a premium price.


Crying Suns, Ace’s tactical roguelike game that acts like the natural evolution of FTL, has received a fairly large update. This is called the Advanced Tactics update and adds new equipment, weapons, squadrons and more. In addition, a neutral unit is floating. The enemy has received a boost of power and intelligence to counter your new prize.

Android Gaming Headlines and Updates: XCOM 2, Genshin Impact 1.1, Crash Bandicoot, and More

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