At the press conference in March this year, Apple launched three new Apple services, Apple TV+, Apple Card and Apple Arcade. The Apple Card credit card was officially opened to US users on August 20, while the remaining Apples TV+ and Apple Arcade will open this fall.
Among them, Apple Arcade is a "game subscription service" that allows consumers to play hundreds of exclusives for free on iPhone, iPad or even Mac and Apple TV for a limited subscription fee (known at $4.9/month). The game's starting lineup will include ten games including Hot Lava, Where Cards Fall, The Pathless, and Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm.
Before the official launch in the fall, some Apple employees have begun to try out Apple Arcade. Recently, foreign media "acquired" this trial qualification, andArticles and videosIt shows us more details of the Apple Arcade demo.
Before you start the demo, you may need to subscribe to Apple Arcade in the App Store or Mac App Store. In the internal test, the price of Apple Arcade is $0.49/month. Apple also provides an additional month of free trial, and it is estimated that it will wait until After the official release in the fall, Apple Arcade is likely to be priced at $4.99 per month, which also includes a one-month free trial period.
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Foreign media said that from the trial of these games, they think that Apple Arcade has great potential, and Apple also said that it will continue to bring more excellent exclusive games to this subscription service, but for only one device Or users with multiple devices at the same time, Apple Arcade games can be run on different Apple systems is also an attractive highlight. But it is still unclear how Apple will achieve gameplay unification on different platforms.
In addition, foreign media also mentioned cross-device support issues, such as playing "Hot Lava" on the MacBook Pro, the game is not very smooth, although this may be the game is still under test, I believe Apple Arcade officially in the fall This issue will be resolved when it is launched.