Following the WWDC session following the expansion of expanded game controller support with new options like the Xbox Elite 2 and a brand-new game center on iOS, iPad and TVS, Apple today shared that it will offer the option to build keyboards for iPad games, and mouse. Trackpad support.
Rich mouse and trackpad support came to the iPadS this spring, and Apple continues to bring keyboard support for mice, cursors, as well as iPad games. Updates “Bring keyboard and mouse gaming to iPad” details in the WWDC session:
Level up your iPad games and add keyboard, mouse and trackpad controls. Discover how to use the game control framework to expand your existing titles, fetch games from other platforms, or dream up a whole new interaction experience. How to integrate keyboard and disable “Delta” mouse adjustment events for player speed and pointer system gestures like dock or control center to take full advantage of fullscreen gameplay Learn Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 For more information, see “Advances in Game Controllers”. And learn more about using UIKit to manage indirect input by checking “Handle Trackpad and Mouse Input”.
Apple notes that genres like MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battlefield) will be suitable for the new support. We’re probably seeing the land of several new games on the iPad, including the iPadS14, which has been further improved with flexibility.
Watch the 14-minute WWDC session to learn how to add mouse, trackpad, and keyboard support to your iPadOS game, as well as how to get started with the proposed related resources:
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