Apple Arcade: Games, Release Date, Subscription Details, And What We Know

Apple unveiled a new subscription service called Apple Arcade during a recent press conference. It’s but one of the various big subscription services the tech giant is offering focusing on supplying consumers with top-tier quality across a variety of entertainment mediums.

Below we’ve gathered everything we know about Apple Arcade, including its release date, what games are on the service, and more. Be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more new details regarding Apple Arcade.

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What Is Apple Arcade?

Apple Arcade is the tech giant’s gaming subscription service designed for mobile, desktop, and the living room. It takes the form of a monthly subscription that provides unlimited access to a curated selection of paid games on the App Store.

When Does Apple Arcade’s Release And How Much Will It Cost?

Apple has not yet revealed the pricing on the service, but it promises more details will come in the months ahead. Currently, we know that Apple Arcade will be available in 150 countries sometime this fall.

Which Devices Does Apple Arcade Support?

It will support games across iOS devices (both iPhones and iPads), MacOS, and Apple TV, and you’ll be able to transfer your progress between different platforms. Essentially, you can move from playing something on your phone to your TV or laptop, for instance.

What Games Are On Apple Arcade?

Currently, development partners Sega, Konami, Disney, Sumo Digital, Cartoon Network, and more are all signed on to contribute games to the service. There’s confirmed to be more than 100 exclusive games at launch with more promised to be added. Below you can find a list of all the games confirmed on the service so far, but if you want details about what each game is, be sure to check out our comprehensive games roundup feature (coming soon).

  • ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree
  • Beyond a Steel Sky
  • Doomsday Vault
  • Down in Bermuda
  • Enter The Construct
  • Frogger in Toy Town
  • HitchHiker
  • Hot Lava
  • Kings of the Castle
  • LEGO Brawls
  • Lega Arthouse, Cardpocalypse
  • Lifelike
  • Monomals
  • Mr. Turtle
  • No Way Home
  • Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm
  • Overland
  • Projection: First Light
  • Repair
  • Sayonara Wild Hearts
  • Sneaky Sasquatch
  • Sonic Racing
  • Spidersaurs
  • The Bradwell Conspiracy
  • The Pathless
  • UFA on Tape: First Contact
  • Where Cards Fall
  • Winding Worlds
  • Yaga

Does It Offer Offline Play?

Apple Arcade isn’t a cloud-based streaming service, which means you can download and play games offline. This stands in direct contrast to Google’s cloud-based Stadia game streaming platform, which the company said can’t run offline.

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While MLB The Show 2019 has its fair share of small improvements across the board to help freshen things up, it also feels like the first substantial improvement in years. Yes, the core gameplay is very familiar and Franchise Mode remains nearly identical to last year’s, but Road to the Show serves as the culmination of years of improvements and a new mode, March to October, is a novel way to experience the MLB season.

One of the areas that sees increased improvement in 2019 is defensive play, which has often been considered a weaker part of the MLB The Show’s gameplay. In the past, issues like animation oddities and a lack of player variety made me eager to get back up to bat. Most of these problems have been addressed this year.

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Arrow Sets Up a Compelling New Villain

Warning: Full spoilers for Arrow Season 7, Episode 17 below. If you need a refresher on where we left off, check out our review for Season 7, Episode 16.

As much as Arrow Season 7 has been a clear improvement over Season 6, the series has been in need of a good villain for a while. Ricardo Diaz and the Longbow Hunters fit the bill for a while, but they were clearly never intended to carry the show all the way into May. But now, thanks to the rise of dante and the Ninth Circle, we finally have that villain. In fact, we now have two worthy opponents for Team Arrow.

I was pleased with just how Dante-heavy this episode turned out to be. The character made a strong impression in his debut a few weeks back. Adrian Paul has just that right blend of charisma, menace and physicality to stand against Oliver Queen. This episode served as an even stronger showcase for Paul and his character. Arrowverse villains don’t come anymore suave than Dante.

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