Apple has announced an all-new game subscription service called Arcade during its special event held at Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino. This gaming store will have more than 100 exclusive games for Apple subscribers.
Apple Arcade games will be smartly curated to suit the taste of players of all ages. With a single subscription, users will have access to all of their favorite games and be able to give a shot to all the features without needing pay any extra bucks.
Apple Arcade: Release Date, Price, and Exclusive Games
Earlier, Apple offered Arcade access to its employees for a one-month free trial; this was a limited period offer as Apple wanted to conduct a test run before the final launch of Arcade.
Now, it is confirmed that Apple will roll out its Arcade on September 19. This will be available on Apple’s App Store.
Note: Apple Arcade will be available on September 30 on iPadOS and tvOS 13, and in October on macOS Catalina.
Apple Arcade: Prices
Like Apple tv+, Arcade too will be available at a flat monthly subscription of $4.99 for the entire family. The best thing about this game store is users can access the contents on mobile (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad), desktop (Mac), and Apple TV.
For the first month, Apple will give free access to its new users. Another notable feature of Arcade is you can play all its games offline. So once you install the games, you can save your device’s battery life.
Once you subscribe to Arcade, it can be accessed by six members of your family. It’s a complete family entertainment package available at the most affordable price.
Arcade will attract gamers of all age and gender. It will include action, adventure, puzzle, party games, and more.
- Ballistic Baseball
- ChuChu Rocket! Universe
- Exit the Gungeon
- PAC-MAN PARTY ROYALE
- Projection: First Light
- Rayman Mini
- Shantae and the Seven Sirens
- Skate City
- Sneaky Sasquatch
- Steven Universe: Unleash the Light
- Super Impossible Road
- The Bradwell Conspiracy
- The Enchanted World
- Various Daylife
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For gamers, Apple’s game subscription service seems to be a reliable option. Apple Arcade will be accessible to players in more than 150 countries. What’s your take on it and would you like to give it a shot? Toss up your thoughts down below in the comments.