MasterChef: Let's Cook! rustles something up on Apple Arcade this Friday
What you need to know
- MasterChef: Let's Cook! is coming to Apple Arcade this Friday, September 3.
- Gamers will play in a fast-paced cooking competition as they try to show their skills.
- The game will be playable on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
Fans of cooking games are in for a treat when MasterChef: Let's Cook! lands on Apple Arcade this coming Friday, September 3. The game will be playable on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
Completely free of in-app purchases and ads thanks to being part of the Apple Arcade subscription, MasterChef: Let's Cook! will see players be matched with other cooks from around the globe. They'll then choose their ingredients and "slice, prepare, plate, and serve delicious dishes with style in fun mini-games."
If that sounds like your bag you can pre-register for the download in the App Store right now. The game will be free for all Apple Arcade subscribers.
If you want to upgrade your Apple Arcade gaming experience, check out our list of the best game controllers for mobile gaming. Game controller support is included in this release, although you might be just as well stabbing at the screen with your fingers instead.
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Apple Arcade has over a hundred premium games with more added regularly each week. There is something here for everyone, and it only costs $5 a month for all you can game!
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