“Stay tuned” on possible RAD Soldiers PC, says Splash Damage

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 20 April 2012 09:30 GMT

Splash Damage has said to RPS to “stay tuned” on a possible PC version of RAD Soldiers.

“At the moment we’re concentrating all our efforts to produce a compelling iOS experience. But yes, we thought about bringing this game to PC,” said a studio rep.

“How, exactly, we will see in the future. Stay tuned.”

Splash Damage announced Soldiers as a free strategy turned-based title for iOS devices yesterday, but also confirmed it was working away on a AAA PC exclusive. What the title is remains unknown.

It’s also working away separately on a title just for consoles. Its last title on either platform was Brink last May for PS3, 360 and PC, published by Bethesda.

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