Apple announced its Apple Arcade video game subscription would launch this month following the iOS 13 release. The company mentioned that the games included in this subscription are exclusive to the platform and are not available in the App Store.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
Apple Arcade is readily available in the Arcade tab of the App Store on iOS 13, and the company is adding new games each month and will bring the highest number of games than any other service before it.
Apple also revealed some of the games which are coming to Apple Arcade, including the games from big publishers such as Capcom and Konami. Konami’s Frogger series in the form of Frogger Toybox. Players can customize the main character, and they have to collect beans and rescue frogs on each level. The company also showed the Capcom’s Shinsekai Into the Depths, which is an underwater exploring game where players will explore by controlling the world’s last remaining human survivor underwater. The player also has to look out for the remaining amount of air, water depth, and their life energy.
Apple will be launching Apple Arcade on September 19, and users can subscribe to this subscription at $4.99 per month for the family plan, where up to 6 members can be included in their household to access the subscription. Users can try Apple Arcade with a one-month free trial.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
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