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Apple Arcade Early Access Program Suggests $5 Subscription

Apple Arcade Early Access Program Suggests $5 Subscription Apple Arcade Early Access Program Suggests $5 Subscription
Cecil Davis | 21 August, 2019, 14:56

9to5 Mac also got the opportunity to test Apple Arcade, and they shared highlights with readers. According to a promotional message found in that code, Apple Arcade will be $4.99 per month, after a customer completes a one-month free trial.

As per the report, the company is now running an early access test of the Apple Arcade with its own employees. First, non-paid games in the App Store aren't really "free". Seen as a direct competitor to the Google Stadia service that is also expected to launch soon, Apple has already explained that the Arcade will be based on a Netflix-style subscription service, where a monthly fee will give gamers access to all the games in their library.

Looking at the prices, the top 10 paid iOS games cost $2.89 on average in the US App Store - starting with Minecraft's hefty price tag of $6.99.

As these things usually go, Apple has yet to confirm the subscription fee for Arcade, an as such, we do advise you to take this news with a pinch of salt.

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There's going to be a free trial for Apple's video game subscription service, Apple Arcade, when it launches, after which, users will be asked to pay $5 a month to continue enjoying the benefits, new reports reveal.

According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple Arcade may launch at the remarkably low price of just $4.99.

In order to differentiate itself from other potential Arcade streaming platforms, Apple has signed exclusivity with record breaking game designers such as Will Wright, Hironobu Sakaguchi and Ken Wong. With Apple's various continuity features, you'll be able to transfer between devices. Apple is now running an internal access program for the gaming service that it is charging employees 49 cents a month to access. Instead, with the service, Apple aims to offer users a gaming subscription service that's available on the mobile, desktop, and even the living room.