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Saturday, 19 August 2017

These are the spectacular games that will soon arrive in the App Store

If we consider that the iPhone was introduced 10 years ago, the world of mobile games has evolved considerably . Games for iPhone (and iPad) started as an ideal way to get away from boredom while waiting for the subway or while resting on the sofa.

But, today, mobile games are much more spectacular than back then. They generate immense amounts of money a year, and have large fan base. And wait to see what the future holds for us ...

In this article we will take a look at the future showing the games that will soon arrive in the App Store . These launches will be presented in late 2017 and early 2018. And there are some highly anticipated titles!

Upcoming launches of the iOS App Store

Alto's Odyssey

Alto's Odyssey will be the sequel to the hit Alto's Adventure . With its excellent minimalist graphics and extraordinary gameplay , Alto's Adventure is one of the most popular games on the market. The new game will have more animations and new scenarios.

Assassins Creed Rebellion

The Ubisoft franchise will return with a new Assassins Creed title after launching the Assassins Creed Identity game on the App Store. This mobile game will be based on the Spanish Inquisition and will require different strategies. Players will be able to create their own team, train their killers and send them to a series of missions.

The Sims Mobile

EA has announced the launch of The Sims Mobile , an upgraded version of the current Sims mobile games for iPhone and iPad. You will have a multiplayer mode with which you can invite your friends to your house, have conversations via chat and much more.

Legend of Zelda

We left the best for the end ... The mythical Zelda will also hit the mobile platform, both iOS and Android. Nintendo has confirmed, we do not know much about this new game, all we know is that players will have a much simpler controls than in the rest of Zelda games.

Via | Tech Advisor

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