The Cupertino giant is all set to unveil Apple Arcade on 19th Sept, and it has spent $500 million for securing the titles of the games which is exclusive to Apple Arcade. Some of the unique games Apple just acquired are Frogger in Toy Town from Konami and Shinsekai Into the Depths from Capcom.
Apple’s Arcade is the live game streaming application that is based on subscription service. The subscriber will get access to the games in the Arcade and will be able to play ad-free. The subscription of the Apple Arcade comes at a nominal fee of $4.99 per month for the family pack.
Apple has reportedly spent $500 million for securing the titles of the games exclusively for the launch of the Apple Arcade next week. Among them is the Frogger in Toy Town from Konami and Shinsekai Into the Depths from Capcom.
The new game Frogger is the brightly colored and 3D game. You just have to save yourself from squishing. While Shinsekai is an undersea adventure filled with creepy creatures. The developers of the game displayed their games in the annual Apple event.
It is rumored that Sayonara Wild Hearts is also in the list of secured games for the Apple Arcade. The game is being developed by Simogo and will be published by Annapurna Interactive. Developers from all these games displayed the teaser of their games in the Annual Apple event that took place yesterday.
Apple Arcade will feature more than 100 games for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, and Macbooks at the time of the launch. Apple also announced that every month, new games would be added to the Arcade. Since the subscription fee of the Apple Arcade is very low, game lovers will be thrilled to subscribe to Apple Arcade.
The gaming subscription will feature loads of popular games like Beyond the Steel Sky and puzzle games like Where Card Fall. The reported budget for the project is around $1billion. Since Apple will launch the games across all Apple devices