What you need to know
- Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon is now available for download from the App Store.
All about the four-player couch co-op action, this latest Oceanhorn title builds on the popularity of the first two games and takes things in a whole different direction. Just check out the launch trailer.
Here's the launch trailer for Oceanhorn: #ChronosDungeon, available now on @AppleArcade! Get it now: https://t.co/zoxyvK0SqQ pic.twitter.com/6qRf6bSQCvHere's the launch trailer for Oceanhorn: #ChronosDungeon, available now on @AppleArcade! Get it now: https://t.co/zoxyvK0SqQ pic.twitter.com/6qRf6bSQCv— Cornfox & Bros. (@cornfox) January 8, 2021January 8, 2021
And that accessibility could be key to the success of Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon, especially among the younger audience who might not be so familiar with the genre.
Young or old, games can get their hands on Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon right now, for free, from the App Store. You'll need an Apple Arcade subscription, but you already knew that. Apple Arcade is available as a $4.99 per month subscription or as part of the Apple One offering.
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