As it is known, Apple’s game service Arcade, which will bring a new perspective to the games, was announced at the event held in March and after a while, it was opened to the early access program for its employees. After the test program that was closed after the launch of iOS 13, Apple Arcade appeared today.
The test program for the Apple Arcade game service, which iOS, Mac and Apple TV users can access by paying a monthly fee, ended with the launch of iOS 13. 9to5Mac shared new information about the gaming service, where some details emerged during this time.
9to5Mac officials said they had access to the Apple Arcade early test program on the Mac App Store and shared a screenshot of the design of the service. The page, which is said to be the Apple Arcade’s welcome page, is probably a preliminary to the September launch.
Apple Arcade will offer a 1-month free trial according to the resulting page:
The first detail that draws attention to the page design is a big button that allows users to get a 1-month free trial. The free trial will be a very good campaign for all users, considering that Apple’s $ 0.49 monthly subscription fee does not apply after the release of Apple Arcade.
Downloading games at Apple Arcade will be as easy as downloading apps from the App Store:
After signing up for the trial version, the first page on the main page will welcome users. To download the game, all users have to do is click the “Download” button. Furthermore, when entering the pages of the games, information such as age limit, game category and size will be presented to the users.
Some of the featured games at Apple Arcade are Way of the Turtle, Down in Bermuda and Hot Lava. Considering that almost all of these games are still under development, we can say that Apple Arcade will develop further after the official release date.