Provenance, the Multi-Console Emulator, to Launch on iPhone App Store Regardless of Nintendo’s Stance

Despite an attempt by Nintendo to issue a DMCA takedown, the multi-console emulator Provenance is slated to make its arrival on the iOS App Store. Nintendo reached out to developer Joseph Mattiello after it was revealed that Provenance would incorporate Yuzu, the Switch emulator that Nintendo recently compelled to cease operations.


Nonetheless, per reporting by iMore, the complications have been ironed out, and Mattiello intends to rollout Provenance to TestFlight users as soon as possible.



Following thorough testing, the application is expected to be sent to Apple for review and hopefully subsequent public release, barring any unforeseen complications.


Provenance boasts compatibility with an extensive range of gaming systems, including hardware from Atari, Sega, SNK, NEC, Sony, and Bandai, spanning several decades from the 1980s to the 2000s.


Apple‘s relaxed stance on emulators has led to a surge in such apps being released, with Delta being one of the most prominent releases to date.

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