Mobile gaming news roundup (February 2024): New releases, Industry movements and more

What's up for Feb?

As we step into March 2024, I suggest let’s pause to explore the latest developments in the realm of mobile gaming. This past month of February has been a source of excitement for enthusiasts, unveiling a vibrant array of new titles and unveiling exciting updates and previews for upcoming mobile games. So, in this article, I aim to give a comprehensive look at all the thrilling gaming experiences the previous month had in store for us with this Monthly Mobile Gaming News Roundup for February 2024.

Monthly Mobile Gaming News Roundup for February 2024

Week 1: February 01 to February 07

Executive Summary

Several new game releases and pre-registration openings marked the first week of mobile gaming news in February 2024. NBA 2K24 MyTEAM and Heroes of Mavia debuted on mobile platforms, while No Surrender Heroes launched across multiple platforms. Pre-registration opportunities arose for BLUE LOCK PWC, Kingdom: The Blood, and Garuda Saga.

Meanwhile, Tencent Games’ development of the mobile version of Elden Ring and the announcement of Ride Kamens stirred anticipation among gamers. Additionally, legal issues surfaced as KRAFTON faced allegations of sexual assault. Honkai: Star Rail celebrated a milestone of 100 million downloads, while Takt op Symphony announced the end of its service.


Edenight Idle RPG Open Beta test, Mobile Gaming News February 2024
Image via Loongcheer Game
Garuda Saga Animal Character Game Guide Cover
Image via KRAFTON

Week 2: February 08 to February 14

Executive Summary

The second week wasn’t so excitement-packed in my opinion, but it also had a healthy share of news. In the industry, Disney made a notable move by investing $1.5 billion in Epic Games while NEXON announced plans for 5 mobile games in 2024, indicating a busy year ahead. PhonePe launched its Indus Appstore, while Loop Hero opened pre-registrations.

Disney Realm Breakers saw a soft launch, while Skate Mobile invited players to insider playtesting after a long hiatus as rumors swirled around a potential collaboration between FIFA and 2K Games. Additionally, Keplerians announced the discontinuation of the Ice Scream saga, hinting at new developments to come.


Loop Hero game cover
Image via Playdigious

Week 3: February 15 to February 21

Executive Summary

Supercell’s CEO outlined the lineup for 2024, featuring Clash Mini, Squad Busters, and, signaling an exciting year ahead. BROK the InvestiGator launched to eager audiences, and Monumental acquired Game Circus, adding to its portfolio. BTS Cooking On: TinyTAN Restaurant opened pre-registration, NBA Infinite went global, and BLEACH: Eternal Soul announced its impending shutdown while Invincible: Guarding the Globe and Warframe Mobile saw global releases.

Additionally, Nauzzet Zone, Please, Touch The Artwork 2, Electric Blue: Gecko Dash!, and Adventurers: Mobile made their debuts on Android and iOS. Rainbow Six: SMOL landed via Netflix Games, and Honor of Kings enjoyed a regional launch. Meanwhile, BATTLE CRUSH announced its upcoming 2nd beta test.


Arthdal Chronicles Three Power cover, Mobile Gaming News February 2024
Image via Netmarble
Electric Blue Gecko Dash pre-registration, Electric Blue: Gecko Dash available
Image via OtE Productions

Week 4: February 22 to February 29

Executive Summary

The final week of February 2024 had some diverse and impactful Mobile Gaming News as Tencent’s Counter War: The Future opened pre-registrations in China. Age of Empires: Mobile initiated pre-registration, and Om Nom Stories struck a deal with Disney+ for a 25-season run. Eggy Party launched globally alongside Electronic Arts announcing staff downsizing post-game shutdowns. NetEase Games revealed plans for Once Human’s closed beta, and HoYoverse teased a new game with the trademark ‘Star Cuckoo Valley’.

Exciting releases include Neko Atsume 2, Pokémon Trading Card Game Pocket, Ex Astris, and Primon Legion. Meanwhile, Twitch streamers protested Korea’s shutdown policy. Additionally, Songs of Travel and Time Defenders announced launches and shutdowns respectively, while Naraka Bladepoint Mobile prepared for its China beta test. COD Warzone Mobile revealed its release date as Mattel and Rollic joined forces for a Barbie-themed mobile game.


Eggy Party Philippines release,
Image via NetEase Games
Naraka Bladepoint Mobile, Mobile Gaming News February 2024
Image via NetEase Games

That is all for the Mobile Gaming News for February 2024! Catch more of March action on our site by keeping a close eye on the news section!

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