Unreal mobile version is getting a little work with Psyonix’s upcoming game Arc Squadron which will be arriving on the Android and iOS platforms.

From the press release:

    Independent development studio, Psyonix, today announced its first title for mobile ARC Squadron. Developed with the Unreal Engine, ARC Squadron presents a Triple-A video game experience for tablet and smartphone with fast-action gameplay and impeccable graphics. Featuring nine complete missions with nine wormholes and nine boss battles, ARC Squadron also offers three difficulty modes, six ships available at launch with unlockable skins and ten upgradeable weapons with different characteristics and destruction options. Continuing the push for superior quality gaming on mobile, ARC Squadron is slated to launch in the coming weeks. For more information, visit: http://www.psyonix.com/

    “Unreal technology has been the backbone of our studio from inception. This is the first time that we’ve developed our own mobile title using this engine, and we couldn’t be happier with the results”, said Dave Hagewood, Studio Director at Psyonix. “We are excited to once again partner with Epic to release a Triple A-type game experience on mobile. ARC Squadron represents everything that we think a mobile game should be – fast, fun and truly immersive”.

    “Psyonix is a long-time Unreal Engine licensee, and we’re excited to see them move into the mobile space,” said Joe Kreiner, Epic’s head of North American licensing. “ARC Squadron pushes the visuals on mobile, with a thoughtful control scheme for touch devices.”