Apple has kicked off its internal testing round of Apple Arcade, putting the new gaming subscription service through its paces before it launches to the public.
For the preview, Apple employees can pay $0.49 for a one-month trial. That includes access to early builds of games including Way of the Turtle, Down in Bermuda, Hot Lava, and more.
100-plus new and exclusive games that will “raise the bar” on the gaming experience. These include titles created by renowned creators such as Hironobu Sakaguchi, Ken Wong, and Will Wright. Companies on board include Lego, Sega, ustwo games, Snowman, and many more. Apple has supposedly spent upward of $500 million making Apple Arcade a reality.
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