Though it might not have been the Assassin’s Creed-like killer app many were hoping for, The Saboteur was nonetheless prepped as a big holiday release for EA on consoles, and the title also proved to be Pandemic’s last stand. Now, without almost any hype whatsoever, Sean Devlin’s fight against the Nazis across Paris has just sneaked onto the iPhone.
Set in 1940, the game looks to continue Devlin’s adventures in a Paris gripped by tyranny and repression. According to Hands-On Mobile, who developed and published the title for EA, the gameplay will focus on the Irishman’s thirst for revenge against Hitler’s regime, stalking its movements undercover and gradually dismantling Nazi control over the city.
With Hands-On having previously worked on iPhone versions of big consoles franchises like Prey, Devlin’s run on the iPhone will hopefully deliver considerably more success than his assault on 360 and PS3.