I recently upgraded from an old iPad Air 2 to a new iPad Pro, but gradually returned to playing the backlog on iOS. Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition ($ 4.99) was something I enjoyed on multiple platforms and found it great on the iPad. Even though it’s for sale, it’s worth more than the asking price for me at all DLCs on the iPad. The port was done at Blitworks (one of my favorite studios for all PS Vita and Nintendo Switch ports).Read reviews Darkest Dungeon Click here for iPad. For iPad OS 14 and 14.1 Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition It crashed at startup and cannot be played. Today, an update (version 1.4) has been released to fix this.Watch the latest DLC trailer Darkest Dungeon Less than:
Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition It is currently published worldwide on the iPad OS and is not a universal app. The Shieldbreaker, Crimson Court, and Color of Madness DLC are available for app purchases in addition to Musketeer, which is available for free app purchases.If you haven’t got this yet, you can buy it Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition For only $ 4.99 on the App Store for iPad. As always, it’s available a lot more on other platforms, including Nintendo Switch. Hopefully, future updates will bring complete cross-platform save data across consoles, PCs and iPads.Check out the forum thread Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition here. Did you play on iOS before the crash issue occurred?