More

    Apple Arcade gets brand new info, launching September 19th

    At Apple’s annual September keynote event earlier today, the tech giant has revealed details about their upcoming game subscription service, Apple Arcade.

    Launching next week on September 19, Apple Arcade will have over 100 games available for download on iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TV’s in over 120 countries world wide. For just $4.99 a month, this is a steal.

    Big name developers such as Konami, Capcom, Annapurna Interactive and more will all have exclusive titles launching on the game subscription service. Konami revealed “Frogger in Toy Land” bringing back the classic original platformer in a fun new way. Capcom gave us a look at their new underwater adventure “Shinsekai: Into the Depths”. And Annapurna Interactive revealed their exclusive rhythm based runner, “Sayonara Wildhearts”.

    These and hundreds more will be available next week when Apple Arcade launches on September 19th for just $4.99 for a family subscription. A free 1 month trial will also be available for those that want to give it a test run first.

    Latest articles

    Fire Emblem Heroes releases Book VI ending movie https://finalweapon.net/2022/11/27/fire-emblem-heroes-book-vi-ending-movie/

    Samurai Maiden physical release announced for Japan and Asia with English support https://finalweapon.net/2022/11/27/samurai-maiden-physical-release-announced-for-japan-english-support/

    OMEGA6: THE VIDEO GAME by F-Zero and Star Fox artist Takaya Imamura announced for Switch https://finalweapon.net/2022/11/27/omega6-switch-game-by-f-zero-artist-takaya-imamura/

    Gran Turismo 7 unveils the Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo https://finalweapon.net/2022/11/27/gran-turismo-7-unveils-the-ferrari-vision-gran-turismo/

    Load More

    Related articles

    Ads Block Detector Powered by codehelppro.com

    It seems like you're using an ad blocker.

    Here at Final Weapon, we strive to create the best no-nonsense content focusing in specifically on Japanese Gaming. We heavily rely on our partners through advertisements in order to continue keeping the site up. 

    If you'd like to support us and assist in keeping the website up and running, please consider turning off your ad blocker.