Apple Arcade has launched two days early for those on the iOS 13 Beta.
Many users on Twitter confirmed that they were able to sign up for an Apple Arcade subscription and activate their free trial. After the free trial concludes, users will be charged just $4.99 per month for the whole family.
Despite originally confirming plans to launch 100 games on Apple Arcade, there are only around 54 games at launch, according to social media, ranging from puzzle games through to multiplayer titles for the whole family.
We’re delighted to finally be able to share with everyone the new game we’ve been working on! Announcing Mini Motorways – a game about drawing the roads that drive a growing city – coming soon to @AppleArcade on Sep 19. #AppleArcade pic.twitter.com/gQrIza1byE
— Dinosaur Polo Club (@dinopoloclub) September 17, 2019
However, Apple has already confirmed plans to add new titles to the service in the coming weeks and months.
Once you’ve subscribed to the Apple Arcade service inside of the App Store, you’re able to browse the catalog in the new Arcade tab and click ‘Get’ as if you were downloading a free app.
Games can be downloaded to iPhones and played offline, without an internet connection, and there’s no limit on how many Apple Arcade games you can add to your phone or download for offline playing at any one time.
Guess who got Apple Arcade! pic.twitter.com/XEqtViLw1i
— 🅳🅈🄻🄰🄽 Pro (@DylanMcD8) September 17, 2019
Apple Arcade will officially launch this Thursday, alongside iOS 13. Are you excited to give the service a try? Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter and check back soon for more Apple Arcade news and announcements.