While Apple has had Apple Arcade for years, the company led by Tim Cook has realized that high-end gaming is essential to attract consumers. In recent events, Apple has made it clear that its focus will be on contemporary titles. Apple's technology is also designed with gaming in mind, and just as the plans for the iPhone 15 Pro have been confirmed, the same would apply to the new generation of Mac.
Apple's next event will focus on video games
According to a rumor from the Mac Rumors website, Apple's next event, which already has a date and time set for Halloween, will have a focus on video games because the company understands that jumping on that bandwagon can yield good results. The presentation would be the perfect showcase to demonstrate the new generation of M3 chips and their power to handle hardware-accelerated ray tracing, and what better way to showcase it than with a high-quality video game running.
It is also suggested that Apple may take the opportunity to announce the arrival of more AAA games to its devices, just as it has already happened with Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Death Stranding, and Assassin's Creed Mirage.
On the other hand, one of the rumors gaining momentum is that Apple's event will announce a partnership between the American company and a Japanese game studio, with Capcom being the center of attention as it has recently been a company that has approached the platform. However, it's not ruled out that there could be a surprise involving Sony | PlayStation due to the upcoming launch of their cloud gaming service in North America.
Apple's "Scary Fast" event will take place on October 30th at 6 PM Mexico City time.
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