Apple has generated most of its revenue from hardware products, but it has started moving towards services too. After launching Apple Card, Apple New Plus, the Cupertino giant has now launched its gaming service called Apple Arcade.
Apple Arcade: Things you should know
Apple will offer its new gaming service through the App Store. The Cupertino tech giant will add a dedicated tab for Aracde in its App Store.
Apple will move all the paid games to Apple Arcade, which means that you have to subscribe to the service for playing.
In-house editors will curate all the games in Apple Aracde. According to the reports, Apple will fund popular and promising developers for new titles.
Apple Arcade can only be accessed by an Apple device and they will sync the data across all the logged in devices.
Apple also announced that they will reveal a family plan that will allow up to six players to play the same game without any extra cost.
Apple Arcade: Titles on the new gaming service
Apple made it clear that all the games released on Apple Arcade will not be available elsewhere. The company plans to roll out the service with 100 games and promised a continued addition of titles.
Apple has released an incomplete list of games that will make it to Apple Arcade.
- LEGO Brawls
- Hot Lava
- Where Cards Fall
- The Pathless
- Mr. Turtle
- Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm
- Beyond a Steel Sky
- Frogger in Toy Town
- No Way Home
- The Bradwell Conspiracy
- Down in Bermuda
- Projection: First Light
- Sayonara Wild Hearts
- Sneaky Sasquatch
- UFA on Tape: First Contact
- Sonic Racing
- Doomsday Vault
- ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree
- Kings of the Castle
- Enter the Construct
- Winding Worlds
Apple Arcade Release Date
The release date of Apple Arcade is unknown but it is months away from rollout. It is expected to be released in September alongside the new lineup of iPhones.