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IT was recently announced that big-name games would soon be releasing on mobile.
While the most heavy-hitting titles are usually reserved for PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, and Steam, Apple seems to want to get in on the industry.
The iPhone 15 was announced and released this month, and one of the major hooks was that it would be able to play full triple-A titles.
Games like Death Stranding, the Resident Evil 4 remake, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage are all slated to launch on the iPhone 15.
Gamers assumed that these games would run at lower quality compared to their console equivalents.
These games require high-quality hardware in order to run, and are usually saved for consoles like the PS5, and Xbox Series X.
The three games will not even be released on the Nintendo Switch due to its limited hardware.
So the idea that the iPhone would be able to play games as well as a PS5, with file sizes as big as 70GB seemed out of the question.
However, it appears Apple is planning to have the iPhone version on par with the console versions of the games.
It is reported that Resident Evil 4 will cost full price, reportedly launching for $60 (£58).
Purchasing the iPhone version will also allow players to access the Mac version, but it seems improbable that a game this size can be downloaded onto a phone.
It’s being speculated that these will be cloud releases, with the game streaming from a server.
This means that you will have to be connected to the internet in order to play and with a steady connection.
Details about the releases have been sparse so far, but we’re interested to see what comes from this new entry in gaming.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
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