Could support be branching off for other Apple devices as well?
Rob McElhenney's Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest is back with a new episode next week that was produced with the cast's iPhones from home.
Rob McElhenney detailed that production on the upcoming season season of the Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest is stopped due to the coronavirus.
Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet, a comedy about game development, is coming to Apple TV+ in February.
Despite being built from previously-used parts, The Jackbox Party Pack 6 is still one of the more solid and consistent collections.
Games from Capcom, Konami, and Annapurna Interactive will be on Apple Arcade, which is launching later in September.
In Apple Arcade news, WWDC brought the revelation that iOS and tvOS will support PS4 and Xbox One S controllers.
Minecraft: Story Mode support is coming to an end on June 25 following 2018's closure of Telltale.
After a delay due to apparent violations of Apple's app guidelines, the Steam Link app has finally made it to iOS devices.
Apple Arcade will feature over 100 games and will launch later this fall.
According to a report, Apple is in talks with developers regarding a potential video game subscription service that is apparently in early development.
Journey developer Thatgamecompany showed off six minutes of new Sky gameplay today, highlighting the social aspects of the game and more.
Check out Super Beat Sport on Nintendo Switch, a beefed-up version of Harmonix's Apple TV launch title.
Jackbox Games returns with its biggest Party Pack yet, as we talk to writer and director Spencer Ham for a look at The Jackbox Party Pack 4.
The Jackbox Party Pack 4 is bringing some of the series' wackiest party games yet to consoles, PC, and set-top boxes the week of October 17th.
As mobile gaming has grown bigger and bigger, pioneers in publishing and selling mobile titles like Amazon and Google have been looking to bring that experience into the living room, with Apple primed to do the same
Often times when a new micro-console is introduced to the world, tech writers, bloggers, and analysts quickly board the hype train and describe how micro console "X" has the potential to dethrone traditional video game consoles. And