Apple is giving movie lovers in the United States an easy way to expand their digital film collections, by launching a new ‘Double Features’ sale in the iTunes Store that offers two related films together in a bundle for $ 9.99. AppleInsider – Frontpage News
Feral Interactive have finally announced the release date for GRID Autosport. The premium racing game will be releasing sooner than you think. We already learned about the hardware requirements and you will need iOS 11 and a lot of space on your device to play this. They recommend 8GB of free space to avoid installation issues but the game with its free DLC packs will be about 6GB. On the iPhone side of things, it will support iPhone 7 and later and only work on iPad Pros (and the 2017 9.7 inch iPad). The video below demonstrates why it is so demanding:
After doing a live stream showing it off a few days ago, Feral Interactive just announced the release date and pricing for GRID Autosport on iOS today. It will cost $ 9.99 and no in app purchases. The release date is November 27th worldwide. Check out our forum thread for more information about the game. We will have more on GRID Autosport in the next few days.
Curiously enough, it was none other than Apple that tipped us off that The Witness [$ 9.99] would be hitting the App Store super soon, and much as I speculated earlier today, “soon” means… Right now. The Witness launched on iOS at $ 9.99, which is far cheaper than the Steam version which is selling for $ 39.99. The Witness is a mysterious puzzle game set on a strange island, and a lot of people have compared it to a “modern day” Myst which, at least from watching trailers, seems like an apt description. I’ve been saving this game to play on my iPad, so, this will be my first time experiencing The Witness tonight.
Check out the trailer from the PC/console release of the game:
If you’re curious how this game will run on your particular iOS device, head into the game’s thread on our forums. Ultra high profile games like this typically have threads flooded with first impressions, so give it a bit and I’m sure it’ll fill up. Now, if you excuse me, I have a mysterious island to explore.
As part of an array of updates and refreshes, Apple has also updated its iCloud data plan pricing, with a 2-terabyte plan now selling for $ 9.99 a month, and the old 1-terabyte plan no longer available. AppleInsider – Frontpage News