According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Apple could be gearing up to launch its Apple Arcade subscription service where for $4.99 a month, you could play as many premium games as you want. However, apart from the official announcement and rumored pricing, not much else is known about the service.


Thanks to the folks at 9to5Mac, they have managed to get their hands on an early preview of Apple Arcade in which we can get a glimpse as to how the service could look like and what kind of games we can expect as well. The video doesn’t show the entire library of games that will be available, but the ones that they previewed include Way of the Turtle, Down in Bermuda, Hot Lava, Kings of the Castle, Sneaky Sasquatch, and Frogger in Toy Town.

It has been suggested that the games on Apple Arcade are expected to be separate from games in the iOS App Store, which would give gamers a reason to subscribe to the service as some titles could be exclusive to Apple Arcade. Apple is also expected to offer a one month free trial for gamers before they decide if they want to go ahead with the subscription.

There is still no official word on when the service will be launching, but it is possible that it could launch alongside iOS 13 which should be coming out in the next month or two.

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