The game debuted on the iPhone last year before receiving a HD facelift for the iPad. According to the studio's vice president of publishing Gonzague de Vallois, the title will be released for new formats in the future.
"It's an idea we want to build cross-platform, so you can expect to see it on new systems in the future," he told DS.
The exec also hinted at the possibility of N.O.V.A. sequels. "Nothing has been decided yet, but you can guess that our top successful titles that our fans loved will justify creating a new experience based on the same franchise," he added.
"That's really in line with the strategy of creating brands. If you want to create brands you have to keep it alive longterm by finding the right balance between how long you wait to create a new episode - do you have enough content and new features to justify creating a new episode?"
N.O.V.A. for iPhone and N.O.V.A. HD for iPad are available now through the App Store.
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