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Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Resident Evil Village and Death Stranding are released on the iPhone 15 Pro – first details and footage

Apple’s Wonderlust presentation on September 12th brought this with it News not only about the company’s upcoming products, but also about expanding the list of target platforms for several major console games at the same time.

    Image source: Steam (YEET)

Image source: Steam (YEET)

As it became known, the shooter Resident Evil Village, a remake of Resident Evil 4, the courier action game Death Stranding and the not yet released action film Assassin’s Creed Mirage will appear on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max smartphones in the foreseeable future.

Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 4 and Death Stranding will arrive on the iPhone 15 Pro before the end of 2023, while Assassin’s Creed Mirage will have to wait until early 2024. Apple did not provide any further details.

The games listed are released in their original form on iPhone 15 Pro and are not specifically adapted for mobile devices with limited graphics or gameplay capabilities.

The characteristics of the iPhone 15 Pro and in particular the single-chip platform Apple A17 Pro allow you to run the mentioned games directly on the device and not, for example, through a cloud service. Declared support for MetalFX scaling.

    Death Stranding on the iPhone 15 Pro (Image source: Apple)

Death Stranding on the iPhone 15 Pro (Image source: Apple)

“It’s incredible that these games run on a device that fits in your pocket… This is the first time that the console version of Assassin’s Creed has been available natively on a smartphone.”said Apple at the presentation.

It is not specified which edition of Death Stranding will appear on the iPhone 15 Pro – Standard or Director’s Edition. It was previously reported that Death Stranding Director’s Cut will also be released on the macOS operating system in 2023.

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