It seems the Apple Arcade is getting its first drop of new games. Four more games have been added to the service, giving you even more bang for your buck.
The first of these titles is The Bradwell Conspiracy, which released a bit ahead of its announced October 8th release date on Apple Arcade. This first-person adventure game sees you at the Stonehenge Museum Fundraiser when a mysterious disaster strikes, trapping you there. Thankfully you have a cool set of high-tech glasses and someone else on the radio line offering to help you out. Now you need to solve puzzles and escape from the fundraiser, all while learning the secret behind the disaster. If you're not interested in the Apple Arcade version, the game will also be available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Next up is Redout: Space Assault. A fast-paced space dogfighting game, you'll be piloting various aircraft in dogfights, taking on the role of pilot Leon Barrett. With a war breaking out between Earth and the Lunar colony, it's up to you to stop it and try to help colonize Mars in the process. The game will launch on Apple Arcade first, with other versions to follow later.
The third game part of this batch is Pilgrims. A casual adventure game where you need to guide four pilgrims on a journey. Along the way they'll meet with various situations and have to use the items they'll find to get them out of it. Thankfully, all your items are stored as cards and you can play them any time you want. Much like Redout, Pilgrims will be coming to PC later.
The fourth and final game in this batch is Nightmare Farm, a simple simulation game where you need to farm various plans in a weird dream-like environment. Along the way, you'll be helping a girl deal with her depression by giving her friends food and toys. Unlike the other three games, Nightmare Farm is an Apple Arcade exclusive, with no current plans to leave the service.
The additions happened over the weekend with a lack of fanfare or announcements by Apple, which is a bit of an odd decision. Hopefully, it's just feeling things out and Apple does more to announce new game additions going forward.
If these games interest you, Apple Arcade is available on iOS for the price of $4.99 a month. All titles on the service have at least some form of exclusivity, with most of them being mobile and subscription exclusive to Apple Arcade.
How do you feel about this new chunk of games? Going to play any of them? Don't want to subscribe to Apple Arcade for some reason? Let us know in the comments below!