Now that the rights to Devil's Third have gone back to Valhalla, the company has been dropping hints about more platforms for the game. The previous announcement was a bit vague on the details, but now the developer has revealed some more details, along with a partnership to make it happen.
Andriasang reports that the company is partnering with Doobic Game Studios, a Korean developer. The two will form a joint venture called Valhalla & Doobic, to create the PC and tablet versions of the games, according to a statement from Valhalla CEO Satoshi Kanematsu. The company didn't outline which tablets were on tap for a release, but Android and iOS devices seem like a safe bet.
"The technical collaboration agreement we have reached with Doobic will greatly help in accelerating the expansion of the 'Devil's Third' franchise," said Kanematsu in his statement.
Doobic is known for Combat Arms and is currently preparing a beta test for its next game, Shadow Company.