Earlier this year, publisher tinyBuild announced that Hello Neighbor will be coming to PS4 and Nintendo Switch. That list has now been updated and adds both iOS and Android, together with a release date for all four platforms, July 27. In addition to the quadruple release, there will also be a patch released for the Xbox One version.
Currently, Hello Neighbor is only available on PC and Xbox One. In terms of content, the mobile versions will basically be identical to its console and PC counterparts, only having moderately modified visuals and, obviously, controls. The first act of the game will be available free of charge, but you will have to shell out a few bucks for Act 2 and 3, a fair deal we think especially considering the fact that the game has received its fair share of criticism for its clunky gameplay and range of bugs and glitches.
This quirky first-person stealth game puts you in the shoes of a young and mischievous little boy who is sneaking around his neighbor’s house, a man who he suspects is engaging in some questionable and sinister activities.
Here’s a look at some Hello Neighbor gameplay recorded on the iPhone X.