At Apple's ongoing spring conference, Apple Arcade, an iOS game subscription service that was previously reported for everyone, was officially announced. This service is mainly to integrate a large number of premium paid games on the iOS platform to introduce time-based subscription services to players. At the same time, on the developer side, Apple will play a similar publisher role, working with developers and funding them to help them push their work to the iPhone and iPad.
There are more than 100 new exclusive games on Apple Arcade. We saw a lot of new works in promotional videos and live demonstrations, including the long-awaited Sea Horn 2, which seems to wait until Apple Arcade is officially launched. At that time, it will include a lot of bright eyes as its platform, and players can appreciate many novel games through a unified subscription program.
Apple Arcade has no ads, no in-app purchases, cross-device play, and offline play.
Apple Arcade will arrive this fall, covering 150+ countries and regions around the world, and it is highly likely that it will also support China. At that time, you can subscribe and run the game through the new Arcade section at the bottom of the updated App Store.