Apple Launches Apple Arcade Streaming Services: Price, Release Date


The Apple Arcade would be launched officially on 19 September. Check out more details on the game streaming service.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
Apple Arcade

The Apple Arcade would be launched officially on 19 September, Apple officially made this fact public during its ongoing iPhone 11 launch event in Cupertino. This event is currently live and is available for watching from here. USP of Apple Arcade is that it lets gamers check out as many as 100 new exclusive games.  Apple Arcade would also be made available in India. It supports Augmented Reality (AR) as well as multiplayer games.

Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade would also come to the Apple App Store later in 2019. To access Apple Arcade, there is a charge of $4.99 (Rs 400 approximately). At the current Apple event, the Cupertino-based c company also demoed the legendary Frogger in  version called Frogger In Toy Town, and a new game called the Shinsekai: Into The Depths. Both these games are Apple Arcade exclusives.

Then, Apple Arcade would includes games compatible with all category of Apple devices, apart from just Apple Mac computers. Users of modern iPhones, iPads, and Apple TV would also be able to access and play games from Apple Arcade. To play games on Apple Arcade, a subscription would be needed. Once subscribed, the service would let users play offline as well just by signing in without having to subscribe multiple times over multiple devices.,

More features of Apple Arcade

Another important feature of Apple Arcade is that it allows up to 6 members of a family to access the service and play games. There are other confirmed games (these were confirmed earlier) as well and tehse include the likes of Where Cards Fall and Beyond a Steel Sky. Apple also stated during today’s launch event that the Arcade would sync with the Sony PlayStation Dual Shock 4 and Microsoft Xbox One S controllers. These aspects should offer both Sony as well as Microsoft loyalists lots to cheer about.


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