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Apple Developing Video Game Subscription Service
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14 Apr 2019 08:38 PM EST

According to Digital Trends, Apple will be supported by investments worth over $500 million, in it's newest endeavor; Apple Arcade. All of the games offered in the video game subscription service will be exclusive to the mobile platform and will not be available on the Google Play Store. Apple plans to spend several million dollars on more than 100 games for the video game platform. The service will offer subscribers a wide selection of games that may be downloaded and played on iOS, Mac, and Apple TV. The games will not require an internet connection unless they come with online multiplayer modes. The subscription price for the service remains unknown.

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