Apple Arcade Exclusive PixelJunk Scrappers May Arrive On PC Soon

Recent store listing for the game on SteamDB implies that the Apple Arcade exclusive might be making its way to PC in the future.

Apple Arcade is an underrated subscription service with over 100 games to download and play.  The service has given rise to an enjoyable collection of titles. PixelJunk Scrappers has been a successful Apple Arcade exclusive that has garnered a loyal community around it. The game is best defined as a beat-em-up based on Robot Garbage Collectors working to clean up a ragged city and dealing with foes. Up to four players can dive into a co-op mode; team tactics significantly boost efficiency for bigger rewards. PixelJunk Scrappers also shines in engaging players with immersive boss battles and a variety of levels.

PixelJunk Scrappers had been an Apple Arcade exclusive for a lengthy stretch of time. Currently, it’s only available on iOS devices. However, the game was recently sighted on a SteamDB store listing, thus hinting at a PC release somewhere in the future. The store listing shows that PixelJump Scrappers was recently included in the SteamDB database. It was last updated on 22 April on the storefront.

PixelJunk Scrappers On SteamDB
Store listing for PixelJunk Scrappers added to SteamDB.

Furthermore, a release date is also mentioned, and the game may arrive on 23 June 2022 on PC. However, it’s better to take that with a pinch of salt as that release date could be a placeholder. Apple has made no official announcements regarding PixelJunk Scrappers heading to PC. Nevertheless, an official announcement may soon follow in the future. SteamDB is among the highly dependable sources of information for games on Steam, so this information is almost a confirmation.

The title anchoring on Steam also serves as a glad tiding to Apple Arcade players. The subscription service offers a wide variety of rosters, but it has been restricted to Apple devices. If PixelJump Scrappers is heading to PC, then other Apple Arcade sensations may also make their way to Steam in the future. This could serve as the advent of Apple Arcade titles arriving on PC. The subscription has prospered with its unique yet addicting games, and them coming to PC ought to benefit the service more.

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