El Hijo: A Wild West Tale is coming to Android and iOS

El Hijo a Wild West Tale

This new mobile game aims to transform the stealth genre to a less violent but much more fun one.

Handy Games in collaboration with Honig Studios and Quantumfrog has announced that their game, El Hijo: A Wild West Tale, will make the transition from consoles and PC to mobile. The mobile version is coming out on January 25, 2022.

A stealth game with a little twist

El Hijo: A Wild West Tale is a stealth adventure in which the narrative is portrayed a bit differently, as this youngster needs no weapons as he flees a shady monastery in search of his mother and liberates her from evil’s grasp.

As the young hero will often have to conceal, using the shadows to his advantage is a key aspect of the game. The hard and more perilous surroundings that the 6-year-old must navigate to attain his ultimate objective are typically the source of the different variations on classic concepts.

A complicated market

The mobile market is not the same as the PC and console markets. Instead, it’s a market where free-to-play games flourish but are sadly pay-to-win or contain hidden purchases that must be paid for in order to progress in the game.

El Hijo: A Wild West Tale is known for maintaining the exhilarating stealth gameplay non-violent and family-friendly. Therefore, an in-game economy like this is unheard of if you want to preserve the game’s spirit. As a result, neither the development team nor the publisher has made any changes in this area. This is a premium mobile title.

On January 25, El Hijo – A Wild West Tale launches on Android and iOS devices. In addition, many gamers will enjoy this title in the comfort of their own living room now that Apple TV support has been introduced. It was previously released on PC and Google Stadia.

Watch the announcement trailer of the game down below!

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