First there was 2015’s sensible Alto’s Journey. Then there was 2018’s very good Alto’s Odyssey. Now the third entry within the sequence, Alto’s Odyssey: The Misplaced Metropolis, is coming to Apple Arcade July 16 — and, boy, does the newly launched trailer get our hopes up.
Describing the Alto’s video games is a bit tough. They’re, in essence, infinite runners, through which the main focus is on traversing environments resembling snowy peaks and sandy dunes. But when that makes it sound like a sport’s sport, you’d be fallacious. These titles are all in regards to the attractive, nearly hypnotic graphics and sound that make it really feel extra like Monument Valley than SSX: Tough.
Take a look at the trailer beneath.
The App Retailer preview for the brand new sport reads as follows:
“Be part of Alto and his pals on an infinite sandboarding journey to search out The Misplaced Metropolis and unearth the secrets and techniques hidden inside. Soar above windswept dunes, traverse thrilling canyons, discover historic temples and delve into huge caverns in a fantastical place removed from dwelling.
On this journey, you’ll grind throughout vines, bounce atop scorching air balloons, journey towering rock partitions, glide in your wingsuit, and escape mischievous lemurs – all whereas uncovering the desert’s many mysteries.
Discover a brand new and distinctive biome with particular hidden challenges, layered among the many basic Alto’s Odyssey expertise long-term followers know and love — solely on Apple Arcade.”
Apple Arcade, Apple’s gaming subscription service, prices $4.99 month-to-month or $49.99 yearly (a financial savings of $10 off the month-to-month worth). It’s additionally accessible for a knockdown charge as a part of the Apple One subscription bundle packages.) When you’ve by no means tried Apple Arcade earlier than, you are able to do so with a one-month free trial.
Alto’s Odyssey: The Misplaced Metropolis shall be accessible to play on Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. As with different Apple Arcade video games, your progress will keep in sync even when you leap between platforms.
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