Apple Arcade Adds 8 New Games and Updates Over 50 Existing Titles

'Knotwords,' 'Dreamlite Valley Arcade Edition,' and more coming out to play

If you're an Apple Arcade subscriber, you're getting a few new games and updates to some of the more popular games on the platform.

Apple's rounding out the gaming year with several new editions and a bunch of updates to Apple Arcade games.

In the announcement, Apple said "nearly 60 games" have been added to Apple Arcade this year. That includes the eight new games: Disney Dreamlight Valley Arcade Edition (Dec 5), Football Manager 2024 Touch (Nov 6), Sonic Dream Team (Dec 5), Puzzle & Dragons Story (Dec 5), Knotwords+ (Nov 3), Downwell+ (Nov 17), Turmoil+ (Dec 5), and Delicious - Miracle of Life+ (Nov 24).

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Apple Arcade 'Puzzles & Dragons'

From the news release, it appears that Knotwords+, Football Manager 2024 Touch, Downwell+, and Delicious - Miracle of Life+ will be the first titles to be released, with one dropping each week in November (in the order listed here). The remaining four titles will all be released on December 5.

In addition to the new games, Apple is updating dozens of existing titles, including Hello Kitty Island Adventure, which will update on November 17, and NBA 2k24 Arcade Edition, which updates on November 23.

If you're not already an Apple Arcade subscriber, you can currently get a one-month free trial of the service that will cost you $6.99 per month after the trial. Apple Arcade is also part of the Apple One subscription bundle, which will cost you $19.99 per month for an individual subscription, $25.95 per month for a family subscription. Both of these plans include iCloud storage (50 GB on the individual plan and 200 GB on the family plan), Apple TV+, Apple Music, and Apple Arcade. For $37.95 per month, you can get the Premier subscription that you can share with up to five people which includes 2TB iCloud storage, Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness+, and Apple News+.

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