What you need to know
- Apple Arcade has released a new video taking a closer look at Oceanhorn 2.
- The game is a fantasy adventure that takes inspiration from titles like Zelda.
- Oceanhorn 2 is available no on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
When Apple first previewed Apple Arcade, one of the standout titles was Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Last Realm. Now, you can take a closer look at this fantasy adventure before you give it a try.
Developed by Cornfox & Bros. Oceanhorn 2 is a prequel that promises console-quality gaming in your pocket.
Set 1000 years before the original Oceanhorn, this is a completely reimagined world of knights and treasure-filled dungeons. Breathtaking visuals and new tactical abilities make it engaging for all players across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
The video above beautifully shows off what Oceanhorn 2 has to offer, from its thrilling combat to its varied world. If you saw this video without context, you'd think Oceanhorn 2 was coming to console — but this is yet another example of how far mobile gaming has come.
Yes, Oceanhorn 2 looks very similar to Nintendo's Zelda series, but that was no accident. Cornfox & Bros. designed Oceanhorn 2 to be a love letter to games they grew up playing. However, according to the video, Oceanhorn 2 features a unique spin on the adventure tale.
You can play Oceanhorn 2 now on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. An Apple Arcade subscription of $5 per month is required.
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