Apple Arcade is a video game subscription service revealed by Apple in March of 2019. Subscribers have access to everything on the platform with a guarantee of no advertisements or in-game purchases. The services are limited to Apple devices and products.
Players can switch between different devices to access the Apple Arcade service; compatible systems include the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac computers. Apple announced titles will available to users for offline play. One subscription can be shared with up to 6 family members.
Apple Arcade is launching with these games in its library:
|Apple Arcade Game|
|Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree|
|Beyond a Steel Sky|
|Down in Bermuda|
|Enter The Construct|
|Frogger in Toy Town|
|Kings of the Castle|
|No Way Home|
|Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm|
|Projection: First Light|
|Sayonara Wild Hearts|
|Shinsekai: Into The Depths|
|The Artful Escape|
|The Bradwell Conspiracy|
|UFO on Tape: First Contact|
|Where Cards Fall|
Apple Arcade is compatible with most Apple products:
- Apple TVs
- Mac computers
The Apple Arcade price is set at $4.99, confirmed by Apple in a recent press release. The $4.99 fee covers access to the Apple Arcade services for a full month, including access for up to 6 family members.
The official Apple Arcade release date is set for September 19th, 2019. The only information we've had since March has been the guarantee of a fall release. But the wait is finally over!
Charge your iPad, and grab a controller—it's time for some gaming on Apple Arcade.
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