Apple’s finally looking to throw their hat into the gaming platform ring.
Apple has announced that their all-you-can-play service, Apple Arcade, will be available in over 150 countries on September 19th. The service will require a monthly subscription of $4.99 per month and covers up to six family members. In addition, users will be treated to a one-month free trial.
Access to over 100 games will be available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. One of the best features is that there will be no ads or in-app purchases necessary and all games can be played offline with the subscription. Games will be added each month and will only be available on Apple devices.
At the reveal, three Apple games were introduced for the starting lineup. The three games were Frogger in Toy Town, Shinsekai: Into the Depths, and Sayonara Wild Hearts. 94 different developers are going to be a part of the Apple Arcade family. Some of the more notable names include 34BigThings, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Cartoon Network, Devolver Digital, Finji, Gameloft, LEGO, Pik Pok, Marble Collective, Route 59, Sega, Skybox Labs, Ubisoft, and Zen Studios.
Some of the games that were announced at the introduction included: Beyond a Steel Sky, Cardpocalypse, HitchHiker, Kings of the Castle, Mr. Turtle, No Way Home, UFO on Tape: First Contact, and Yaga. More games and information are listed on the Apple Arcade splash page.