Update 2: This article has since been superseded (although you’re more than welcome to still read it!) since Apple’s September 2019 event. For the very latest news on Apple Arcade, including a release date, pricing, and a HUGE list of games coming to the service, head over to this article right here.
Update: Since posting this story, Apple has since revealed compatibility for PS4 and Xbox One controllers coming via an update later in 2019. This of course, is an important piece of the Apple Arcade puzzle, and you can read ATVG’s full story right here.
Welcome back Apple TV gamers. What a week.
Admittedly, 2019 got off to a slow start.
Sure, there were the usual suspects cranking out some quality content-updates for games such as Shadowgun Legends, Real Racing 3 and Trials: Frontier, but other than that, there was very little in the way of new game releases. So ATVG hibernated.
Snakebird Primer is a nice little puzzle game to toy around with via the Siri Remote, but unless ATVG missed something, there hasn’t been much else. (Please let us know if you’re mileage varied)
And then March 25 happened, and it looks like Apple TV gaming might be born again.
Hello Apple Arcade.
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