Apple Arcade Games Subscription Service Launches This September

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 11, 2019

The mobile gaming subscription service launches September 19 for a price of $4.99 per month for a family subscription. The firm launched the product earlier this year in March as a way of leveraging its large app store to capture the attention of gamers. The Cupertino giant is giving users access to over 100 game titles across 150+ countries across the globe. There's a new Frogger game from Konami and Q-Games, as well as a new Capcom title called Shinsekai: Into the Depths. Games like ChuChu Rocket Universe from Sega, Pac-Man Party Royale from Bandai Namco, and Ubisoft's Rayman Mini offer new spins on classic properties.

The slide also didn't include Aussie games published under another banner, like Annapurna, which is publishing The Artful Escape and Florence from Mountains onto the new Apple service. Through Family Sharing, up to six family members can share one Apple TV+ subscription.

If you've been waiting for an Apple Arcade sub to get your game on, you'll have just 9 days to go.

Apple also used the event to show off the trailer for "See", a Sci-Fi series starring Jason Momoa.

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Apple Arcade is a monthly subscription service similar to Xbox Game Pass.

Sayonara Wild Hearts on Apple ArcadeMany of Arcade's games will be exclusive to the platform. The new tab will be updated with new games every month and provide recommendations for users. Check out more of our coverage from the Apple 2019 fall keynote here. Current Apple device owners won't be grandfathered into the deal. All the games are playable offline, so they can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere. Helping game developers produce and promote top-notch games for its platforms is a fantastic first step. The aim is to allow users to play games online that would normally require expensive hardware within Google Chrome, provided they have a good internet connection.

And when it comes to mobile gaming, Apple has for over a decade now managed to attract the cream of the mobile gaming crop. iPhone nearly single handedly made mobile gaming a viable option for developers, and will likely be offering tempting terms to continue to attract the best mobile gaming talent.

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