Yesterday’s Apple conference unexpectedly brought a lot of news for gamers (Assassin’s Creed Mirage).
Not only will the new models of iPhone Pro come equipped with a new processor with Ray Tracing support, but game developers ready to utilize this technology and port their “big” productions to Apple hardware will also emerge.
“Assassin’s Creed Mirage,” “Death Stranding,” “Resident Evil Village,” and “Resident Evil 4 Remake” are the four titles that will debut on the new iPhone first.
Ubisoft’s production can be expected in early 2024, while the other three games will be available on the iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max by the end of this year. The porting of such significant titles to a phone will become possible thanks to the A17 Pro processor, which is expected to offer “console-worthy experiences.”
It seems that Apple’s expansion into the gaming market is gaining momentum, and in the near future, we may once again witness a situation where portable consoles face tough competition due to the growing popularity of mobile gaming.