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How Apple Arcade snagged the follow-ups to No Man’s Sky and Oxenfree

Nearly a year after going live, Apple Arcade has grown its library from 60 titles to over 130 stylized, family-friendly, and often contemplative indie games. This continues to be in stark contrast to most other gaming services providing access to AAA games, but for Apple, it feels like full steam ahead for Arcade with little apparent change in course.

The latest trio of new games showcase Apple Arcade’s persisting strengths, and their development process gives insight into why we haven’t seen the directional shift toward adding more higher-engagement titles to Arcade’s library, as was reported back in July.

The latest trio of new games showcase Apple Arcade’s persisting strengths, and their development process gives insight into why we haven’t seen the directional shift toward adding more higher-engagement titles to Arcade’s library, as was reported back in July.

The three new games released over the last few weeks come from well-known developers and publishers. The first to arrive on the service is even based on a very popular IP – Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows, an idle narrative game from Devolver Digital. The other two come from studios with similar pedigrees: Next Stop Nowhere was made by Night School Studio (Oxenfree), while The Last Campfire comes from Hello Games (No Man’s Sky).

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