Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time And More Big Games Are Coming To Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade is receiving some big new games soon, which include a samurai lost in time, an adventure to find the meaning of life, and an epic road trip across the stars.


Eagle-eyed iOs 14 users have discovered that four new games are coming to Apple Arcade, as reported by Touch Arcade. Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time, The Last Campfire, Next Stop Nowhere, and World's End Club were all listed under the "See All Games" tab in the App Store, along with release dates for those titles.

Announced for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC through both Steam and the Epic Games Store, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time will launch on August 21 for those platforms and iOS. Featuring the original voice actors from the Cartoon Network animated series, the game unfolds in an alternate timeline during Jack's final battle with his nemesis Aku.

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Next Stop Nowhere is the latest game from the developers of Oxenfree and Afterparty, and will release on August 14. A galactic road trip adventure, Next Stop Nowhere is exclusive to Apple Arcade.

The Last Campfire from No Man's Sky developer Hello Games arrives on August 27 for Apple Arcade, and was originally shown off in Nintendo's March Indie Stream. Described as a story of adventure and puzzles, players will take control of Ember and explore the world around them while also searching for meaning of life on their journey back home.

World's End Club wraps up the new offerings, and takes place in a 2D side-scroller world where a dozen elementary school kids discover extraordinary powers within themselves on an epic journey across Japan. Zero Escape series creator Kotaro Uchikoshi wrote the story for World’s End Club and Danganronpa's Kazutaka Kodaka serves as creative director on this game, which has a September 4 release date.

For more on the best that Apple Arcade has to offer, check out GameSpot's rundown of the best games on Apple Arcade.

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