You can download Ultimate Rivals: The Court via Apple Arcade now
What you need to know
- Ultimate Rivals: The Court brings some of the world's biggest sports stars to Apple Arcade for 3-on-3 extreme basketball.
- Players can enjoy lush graphics and non-stop gameplay.
After teasing it just a few short days ago, Apple Arcade just made Ultimate Rivals: The Court available for download from the App Store. The arcade basketball title has gamers picking from some of the biggest sports names in the world and taking on friends and family as they go.
If you were a fan of NBA Jam back in the day, this might be for you! Ultimate Rivals: The Court can be played on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV
Sound like something you'd enjoy? You can find Ultimate Rivals: The Court in the App Store now.
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