A while ago when Atari first uncovered the VCS, the organization said it would be a stage for both current and retro games. Things being what they are, it wasn’t joking about the comfort’s retro gaming cleaves, today declaring that it’s collaborated with Antstream Arcade to supply the VCS with “a huge number of retro games.” Antstream will do as such by offering its retro gaming membership administration on the support.
That membership administration is as of now accessible, however Atari reported today that Antstream will make an uncommon “Atari Edition” library explicitly for the VCS. Notwithstanding the retro games that Antstream as of now offers, it will include 50 great Atari games for VCS endorsers.
The majority of the games offered through Antstream will be good with the majority of the VCS controller alternatives, regardless of whether you’re utilizing the exemplary joystick or the cutting edge controller. The Atari titles will be accessible in independent structure (Atari explicitly names Adventure, Night Driver, Pong, Tempest 2000, and Yars’ Revenge in the present declarations) and in gatherings that were most readily accessible for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
On the Atari VCS, memberships to Antstream will run $95.88 every year – which works out to $7.99 every month – or $9.99 month to month. VCS clients will get a multi day free preliminary to the administration, and Atari says that it will work with Antstream to add progressively exemplary games to the administration over the long haul.
Presently, Atari is focusing on a March 2020 discharge for the VCS. It’ll be intriguing to perceive how the comfort performs after dispatch, particularly since we’re foreseeing new machines from both Microsoft and Sony to dispatch eventually during the year. More data about the Atari VCS will probably be coming around the curve without further ado, so stay tuned for that.