Apple reveals Apple Arcade, a new subscription gaming service
Apple Arcade is the world's first game subscription service for mobile, desktop, and living room.
With Apple Arcade, we have carried a collection fo brand new games that redefine games.
And we're not just curating them, we're backing their development and our team is working closely with developers to bring these games to life.
From immersive AR to groundbreaking multiplayer they're creating games that have never been possible before.
These games are insanely fun and will appeal to the kid in all of us.
And with Apple Arcade you'll get to play all of these games.
With a single subscription, you'll get access to over 100 new and exclusive games that will raise a bar for what's possible in gaming.
So, who's ready to see more of these incredible games?
You won't find these games on any other mobile platform or in any other subscription service.
So, how will you get to Apple Arcade?
Apple Arcade will be a new area right on the app store with its own dedicated tab.
Rather than pay up front for each game, your subscription will allow you to download and play any Apple Arcade game from the app store.
And we'll be adding new games all the time.
With full access to this amazing collection of new games you'll have the freedom to try whatever you want whenever you want.
You'll be able to play Apple Arcade games across iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Tv, and pick up where you left off in a game even if you switch devices.
And unlike streaming services, every game will be playable offline.
So you can play anywhere, regardless of your Internet connection.
There will be no ads and no additional purchases needed.
And parents can manage their kids' access with our screen-time features.
Apple Arcade will be available this Fall in over 150 countries and regions around the world.
Pricing and more details to come.
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