Super Impossible Road Speeds Its Way to Apple Arcade This Month

Publisher Rogue Games today announced that the upcoming Super Impossible Road would be heading to Apple Arcade.

According to the U.S. publisher, the title is slated to launch on the subscription-based gaming service this month.

Super Impossible Road includes both a single-player career mode and online support, which allows eight players to play online together.

Rogue Games has said that the title will continue to receive support through the release of new tracks daily.

And players are also able to compete on procedurally generated tracks, which will add replay value for different races.

Super Impossible Road will run at 60 frames per second, Rogue Games has confirmed.

Apple announced Apple Arcade back in March and players will have access to over 100 titles for subscribers.

During the unveiling of the tech titan’s latest iPhones on Tuesday, it was announced that Apple Arcade would be priced at $4.99 (£4.99) when it launches on September 19 for iPhone, iPad, macOS and Apple TV.

Subscribers of the forthcoming gaming service can play titles offline and can use their DualShock 4 or Xbox One controller.

And Apple Arcade also removes ads and in-app purchases for over 100 titles on the platform.

“We have a long-standing relationship with Apple and believe that a curated online service that offers quality games across a wide range of genres is a great way to get our games into the hands of more people,” says Mike DeLaet, the founder and CEO of Rogue Games.

“No-one does a better job at turning digital technology into a lifestyle, reaching people how and where they live, so we’re excited to be part of the Apple Arcade launch.

“With Super Impossible Road on Apple Arcade, players are getting a console-quality experience that isn’t just incredibly fun and beautiful, but incredibly entertaining for players of all ages.

“Additionally, Apple Arcade makes it easy to sync game progress between all devices and even play multiplayer games seamlessly across Apple devices.”