The company also announced some titles for the service, including Beneath a Steel Sky, Sonic the Hedgehog, and games from Giant Squid, Cartoon Network, Snowman, Konami, Lego, as well as several titles from independent developers such as Boosa Studios Ltd, Annapurna Interactive and ustwo. A new report from the Financial Times revealed just how much Apple is spending on the launch. You will find a dedicated tab inside Apple's App Store, a monthly will let you access all the titles available in Apple's gaming service.
Apple Arcade is a mobile and Mac gaming subscription service that promises to bring the best games on the App Store to subscribers for free. But to establish itself in the market, Apple is having to make substantial upfront investments without knowing whether Arcade will be a success. Apparently, Apple is incentivizing developers by actually spending money on some of the games set to release with the service.
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There have already been a number of titled confirmed for Apple Arcade.
The analysts are basing this on the presumption of the platform reaching 29 million subscribers paying $12.99 per month by 2024. However, the rewards of gaming could be larger than those for news and TV subscriptions. Each game will sync between devices to allow players to pick-up where they left off. And despite the deep bench of star power that Apple has lined up for its TV service - including everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Steven Spielberg - analysts at HSBC think Apple Arcade could end up being a bigger victor for the company, revenue-wise.
While analysts at HSBC think Apple Arcade could be a game changer for the company, revenue-wise, despite the attractiveness adjoining the launch of Apple TV+, company unveiled during the same media event last month.