Apple Arcade, a gaming subscription from Apple



Apple March event happened today, the company unveiled a new game subscription called Apple Arcade. The new game subscription service will work across iOS, macOS, and tvOS. Which in-turn can be described as the user will be able to play the games on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. The user can also start from any of the devices and resume from any of the devices exactly where it left.

Apple Arcade will be launched this fall around 150 countries across the world. A new tab will be available in the App Store for this Apple Arcade in iOS, macOS, and tvOS. The new game subscription will feature around 100 new and exclusive games original releases from Hironobu Sakaguchi, Ken Wong, Will Wright, and many more. New games will be added on a regular basis. As Apple says that the games will be available in Arcade should be based on originality, quality, creativity, fun, as well as their appeal to players of all ages. So the user can have a lot of titles to go with.



No ads or ad tracking will be available on Arcade the user will have an ad-free interface. The cost of the purchase only fro the subscription no other additional purchases needed. Apple is also concentrating on the privacy for this service. Apple is working with the developers of the games taking part with each and every plot along with the developing costs. The company makes sure that its not the game just available for the hand-pick. More production companies are expected to come up with the Arcade platform like Annapurna Interactive, Bossa Studios, Cartoon Network, Finji, Giant Squid, Klei Entertainment, Konami, LEGO, Mistwalker Corporation, SEGA, Snowman, ustwo games and a lot more coming up.

Each and every game will include the user to access a complete experience with all features along with the updates too. Many games will be available for offline and some will have support for controllers too. The final plot is the price of the subscription, as it is unknown the company will reveal its price for subscription during the launch.