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Apple Arcade comes to App Store for $4.99 monthly subscription on Sept. 19

11 September 2019 0

Apple at its Special Event on September 10 held in Cupertino made new hardware announcements and also announced the release date of some of its services and operating systems of different platforms.

The event kicked off by announcing the release date of Apple Arcade and which game titles will be available right away. Apple announced that the Apple Arcade will be available on the App Store on Thursday, September 19.

Thanks to iOS 13, users will enjoy games without limits. The best part is you can get the subscription of Apple Arcade for just $4.99 per month and unlimited access to the entire catalog of over 100 new, exclusive games, all playable across iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV.

Apple Arcade will be available on September 30 on iPadOS and tvOS 13 and in October on macOS Catalina. The service will go live in more than 150 countries via the App Store. The games in the Apple Arcade will not have ads or offer in-app purchases.

Apple Arcade was introduced officially in March in Apple’s first big event of 2019. During the September 10 presentation, Apple showcased three game titles which will be available at the time of release. These are Capcom’s Shinsekai: Into the Depths, Q-Games’ Frogger in Toy Town, and publisher Annapurna Interactive’s anticipated Sayonara Wild Hearts. Alongside these three games, Apple also announced new games from Sega, Square, Enix, Devolver, and Ubisoft.

Apple has also announced the complete list of new and exclusive games. You could know about them by heading over to the source link provided below.


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