Apple took us by surprise after it announced Arcade Gaming service for $4.99. Apple Arcade gives you unlimited access to 100 exclusive games on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Lately, Apple has been focussing on bolstering its services and the gaming service is one of the many moves. The hands-on included a bunch of curated games.
Apple finally pulled the wraps from the much-awaited Apple Arcade gaming service. The Apple Arcade is a subscription that will allow you to access an array of paid games on iPad, iPhone, and Mac and was announced early this year. The company will charge a flat monthly subscription fee of $4.99/month and will allow you to access selected games on the App Store. Apple is also offering a free one month trial for Apple Arcade subscribers.
We recently reported that Apple is likely to price Apple Arcade gaming service at $4.99. Apple Arcade will allow subscribers to access a library of more than 100 games by paying the monthly subscription fees. Apple Arcade is expected to support family sharing and the games can be played on iOS, macOS and Apple TV.
Apple had first announced the Apple Arcade gaming service in March this year. Apple Arcade is a subscription that will allow you to access an array of paid apps on iPad, iPhone, and Mac. The company will charge you a flat monthly fee and you can access selected paid apps on the App Store. Now it has come to light that Apple will be charging $4.99 per month for the Apple Arcade.
Apple unveiled Apple Arcade, its gaming subscription service, back in March this year. Since then, we have not heard much from the company about Apple Arcade except for stating that it would launch in fall this year. A new report from 9to5Mac today sheds more details on Apple’s subscription gaming service.
After Brief Exclusivity on Apple Arcade, Games Can Reportedly Launch on Xbox, Switch, and PlayStation
During the “It’s Show Time” event back in March, Apple showed off different subscription services, including Apple Arcade. This new effort is similar in scope to things like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, offering a library of titles to those who pay a monthly subscription to access them. And it turns out that the games in Apple Arcade will boast an exclusivity to the digital storefront, but only for a limited time.
A Financial Times report highlights that Apple is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to secure new games for its Arcade gaming subscription service. Apple had unveiled Arcade at its March ‘Show Time’ event, with the service slated to launch later this year.
On Monday, March 25, Apple hosted the “It’s Show Time” event. As many had expected, this wasn’t meant unveil brand new hardware. Rather, it was all about services.