Disgaea 4: is now available for Android with auto-battle mechanic

After receiving multiple ports since its 2011 PlayStation 3 debut, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited's surprising release on Android and iOS today may be the greatest one yet. Numerous quality-of-life features are present, alongside all of the stuff previous editions enjoyed. Therefore, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited is here to help if you've been aching for a rich and extensive SRPG to plunge into.

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The mobile adaptation of Disgaea 4, which includes an auto-battle option (also present in Disgaea 1 on Android), is one of the better ones yet. Disgaea games are heavy SPRGs that need a lot of grinding to advance through their anime-like tales. In order to wake up prepared to take on the next section of the tale with a stronger squad, you can even set the auto-battle to run overnight (be sure to keep the screen on). You can also activate this setting in the Item World, which is great because it allows you to skip the tedious process of upgrading your things.

The option to alter the game's fight pace up to 8x complements the auto-battle function. You may level up your characters faster than ever, whether you utilize the auto-battle function or play manually.


Disgaea 4's mobile adaptation adds cloud save capability as well, allowing you to switch between your phone and tablet without losing any progress. In our testing, we discovered that common Android bluetooth controllers like the Steelseries Stratus+ are compatible right out of the box as well. There is even official partial controller compatibility for PS4 controllers.

However, regardless of your controller, support isn't universal across the game. Some optional screen toggles aren't controller supported, so even with a controller; you may be touching the screen frequently if you don't feel like constantly dipping into the main settings.


The price of Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited for iOS and Android is $32.99. Although the pricing is certain to draw criticism, it is still less expensive than the $39.99 and $49.99 retail prices for the Nintendo Switch and Steam editions, respectively. Additionally, one of the best versions of Disgaea 1 is available for Android, and Disgaea 4's most recent mobile port performs equally well. You can buy Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, which has a full feature set comparable to consoles and PC, for less money and get hundreds of hours of high-quality SRPG gameplay.