Apple Arcade Has No Ads Because it is Subscription Based
Apple Arcade will Feature Brand New, Original Games from Acclaimed Indie Developers, Major Studios and Legendary Creators Hironobu Sakaguchi, Ken Wong and Will Wright
Along with other new features unveiled by Apple, we have the Apple Arcade. It will be a game subscription service for iOS users. Competitors such as Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia and Google, Apple’s service will be streamed to devices that support iOS. This can be a big downfall and though it sounds great might not be all that great at all.
Boasting over 1 billion people have downloaded games from the app store over the years. They are also boasting a total of 300,000 games that are ready and that will be available. These games will be integrated into their subscription service which launched later this year. There will be 100 new and exclusive games available on Apple Arcade, which will launch on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
Here are titles that Apple said would be on their new subscription:
Where Cards Fall
Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm
Beyond a Steel Sky
Frogger in Toy Town
Lega Arthouse, Cardpocalypse
No Way Home
Down in Bermuda
The Bradwell Conspiracy
Projection: First Light
Sayonara Wild Hearts
UFA on Tape: First Contact
ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree
Enter The Construct
Kings of the CastleThe Verge
The run down is this, Apple’s service is a monthly subscription that gives you access to unlimited curated titles on the app store. Developer partnerships are Sega, Konami, Disney, Sumo Digital, Cartoon Network and so much more. The partnership will produce at least 100 or more exclusive games to be a part of the service. One exciting feature which is to be expected is that you can transfer progress between devices.