However, Apple also revealed several more games that will eventually be released on Apple Arcade, including some brand-new game announcements. Here are 15 more games coming to Apple Arcade:
- Ballistic Baseball – An action basbell game from Gameloft.
- ChuChu Rocket! Universe – Sega’s new ChuChu puzzle game.
- Exit the Gungeon – Developer’s sequel to Enter the Gungeon.
- Overland – A post-apocalyptic road trip game from publisher Finji.
- Pac-Man Party Royale – A new four-player battle royale Pac-Man game from Bandai Namco.
- Projection: First Light – Blowfish’s stylish adventure game.
- Rayman Mini – A new Rayman platformer from Ubisoft.
- Shantae and the Seven Sirens – WayForward’s next Shantae platformer.
- Skate City – Snowman’s mobile street skating sim.
- Sneaky Sasquatch – RAC7’s Sasquatch stealth game.
- Steven Universe: Unleash the Light – A sequel to the Steven Universe game, co-written by Rebecca Sugar.
- Super Impossible Road – Rogue Games’ high-speed racing game.
- The Bradwell Conspiracy – Bossa’s adventure thriller game.
- The Enchanted World – A game where players save a magical world from developer Noodlecake.
- Various Daylife – A new Square Enix RPG from the creators of ‘Bravely Default’ and ‘Octopath Traveler.’
It’s unclear why Apple didn’t announce these new titles during its keynote presentation, but these are just a handful of the hundreds of games coming to the Apple Arcade service. Apple says that when Apple Arcade is released in September, there will be over 100 titles.
Watch the Apple Arcade trailer for Oceanhorn 2 below!
Apple Arcade is a monthly subscription service similar to Xbox Game Pass. For $4.99 a month, subscribers can have access to a library of “curated” games that they can play across any Apple device. This includes iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TVs. A single Apple Arcade subscription can be shared with up to six family members.
Apple Arcade will launch on iOS 13 devices on September 19. The service will come to iPadOS and tvOS on September 20, and MacOS Catalina sometime in October. Check out more of our coverage from the Apple 2019 fall keynote here.
Matt Kim is a reporter for IGN. You can reach him on Twitter.