What you need to know
- Pro Darts 2022+ will arrive in Apple Arcade on May 27.
- Gamers will be able to play on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
- The game features 28 computer opponents and features high definition 3D textured environments.
Apple Arcade fans are set to get a new game on May 27 and it's one that darts fans are going to love. Pro Darts 2022+ is an Apple Arcade remake of the popular Pro Darts 2022 and it'll be free for all Apple Arcade subscribers.
Like all Apple Arcade games, Pro Darts 2022+ will be free to download and won't have a single ad or in-app purchase, either. Darts fans will need an Apple Arcade or Apple One subscription to play, of course, with the game working on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
You can get a feel for what's to come by checking out the trailer for the original Pro Darts 2022 below.
Those who can't wait to get their darts on can pre-register for the download in the App Store now and it'll automatically download and unlock come May 27. Not so much of a darts fan? Check out our list of the best Apple Arcade games instead, you're sure to find something to fit your mood there!
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