The latest version of iPadOS has brought a lot more news than it seems. Yes, the new widgets or the universal search bar got a lot of attention, but other changes required the implementation of developers. And the one we’re showing you today was one of them.
When the Magic Keyboard for iPad was introduced, Apple officially began rolling out mouse support. Previously, it was only supported as part of the accessibility options. But since iPadOS fully adapted for use with trackpad and mouse
Lots of apps are already keyboard and mouse compatible, but one of the categories that could benefit the most has been overlooked. So far, because it has already appeared the first game with official keyboard and mouse support. And all thanks to another of the novelties of the iPadOS 14, which is starting to be implemented.
The game Pascal’s bet It is the first to achieve keyboard and mouse compatibility, which means we can connect them to our iPad to play as if it were a computer. This is an action RPG with a style similar to other titles known as Dark Souls, so the change can really come in handy.
For a price of 5.49 dollars in the App Store, Pascal’s Wager offers over 20 hours of quality content, a story as deep as any other title in the genre. Additionally, new multiplayer modes, both PVE and PVP, will also be added in the future.
At the moment, we only find this game in the list of compatible keyboards and mice. There are many who could benefit from this change, but everything will depend on each developer. Without an update, they won’t be able to take advantage of this new feature rolled out in the latest iPadOS update.