Angry Birds users will soon be able to sync their game scores and levels across multiple devices, the company has revealed.
Rovio, the game studio behind the award-winning game, confirmed via Twitter that it will soon dish out the score synchronisation functionality.
“We are working hard on that, before summer is the plan,” the company replied when an Angry Birds fan asked when the company plans to launch the capability.
According to an article on Cnet (opens in new tab), Rovio had conceded back in February that it will soon release a feature that would sync the Angry Birds game across devices.
The new syncing function will allow users to continue lobbing suicidal birds on evil, egg-stealing pigs, on their iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones without skipping a beat. As of now, users have to start the game all over again every time they download a new Angry Birds version or reinstall the existing one.
The game, which was recently awarded the best app award at Carphone Warehouse's Appy Awards, is available across multiple devices including the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android based devices and the PlayStation 3 gaming console. Interestingly, the game recently became the highest selling game on the PlayStation Network.