According to 1up, Sega is porting Kingdom Conquest, a free-to-play RPG for the iOS, over to the PS Vita.
The game has apparently been getting a lot of positive reviews and over 1.3 million accounts have been created worldwide – in short, the game is pretty popular.
An upgraded version of the game, which will be dubbed Samurai & Dragons, will make its way to the new handheld next year.
In an interview with Famitsu magazine in Japan, Sega says, “There’s the dungeon-crawling in the action part, and then there’s the struggle for territory in the battle part with the cards you’ve earned and strengthened. Taking over the world is a major goal of the game, but you’re also free to keep hacking away in the dungeons if you like.”
Future PS Vita owners will soon find out what all the fuss is about.
No release date or price was given for Samurai & Dragons, which is set to receive its playable debut at the Jump Festa in Tokyo next weekend.