Apple's jump into the gaming scene is about to go live.

At its September event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in California, the company revealed the official details of Apple Arcade, alongside the unveiling of a trio of new iPhones: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Apple Is Bringing A New Gaming Experience

Apple Arcade is going to be available starting on Sept. 19, the same release date as iOS 13, on Sept. 30 for iPadOS and tvOS 13, and sometime in October for macOS Catalina. It's going to cost $4.99 per month with a one-month free trial for first time users, which aligns with previous reports.

From the get-go, the gaming subscription service will have a roster of more than 100 games that are playable across Apple's devices, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV.

Subscribers can play games offline and resync their progress once they connect online again, and they can even play on one device and continue their progress on another. Also, members can share a subscription with up to six family members via Family Sharing.

Users can also opt for a physical controller, such as PlayStation DualShock 4, Xbox Wireless controllers with Bluetooth support, MFi controllers, and Siri Remote.

Games List

In a press release, Apple revealed a couple of games that users can look forward to, and in a word, the lineup is impressive to say the least.

Ballistic Baseball from Gameloft

ChuChu Rocket! Universe from Sega

Exit the Gungeon from Devolver

Overland from Finji

Pac-Man Party Royale from Bandai Namco

Projection: First Light from Blowfish

Rayman Mini from Ubisoft

Shantae and the Seven Sirens from WayForward

Skate City from Snowman

Sneaky Sasquatch from RAC7

Steven Universe: Unleash the Light

Super Impossible Road from Rogue Games

The Bradwell Conspiracy from Bossa

The Enchanted World from Noodlecake

Various Daylife from Square Enix

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