"We're extending support to the two best and most popular game controllers available -- the Xbox One S, and the PlayStation 4," Apple CEO Tim Cook said at .
Apple launched itsat an event in March that rounds up exclusive games for the Apple TV, MacOS and iOS.
"Apple Arcade is also going to look amazing on the Apple TV 4K this fall," Cook said.
Apple has yet to announce if all of the controllers' features -- such as rumble or headphone out -- will be supported.
The event comes as software and services are taking on even greater importance for Apple. The company still sells millions ofevery quarter, but . People are holding onto their devices for longer, which makes it important to give them services that get them paying monthly. Apple has made augmented reality, mobile payments, streaming music and other areas into key focuses over the past couple of years.
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CNET's Shara Tibken and Eli Blumenthal contributed to this story.