Apple Arcade is coming to iOS, macOS, and tvOS on September 19 with all exclusive titles

Apple took some time during its special event today to talk about the upcoming Apple Arcade service. The company started off by saying that games included in the subscription will be exclusive to the platform. Apple also said the Apple Arcade launch will bring the highest number of games of any game subscription launch, with over 100 titles available.

Then, Apple revealed some of the titles coming with Apple Arcade, including games from big publishers such as Konami and Capcom. Konami is bringing the latest iteration in the Frogger series in the form of Frogger Toy Box. The game features customization options for the main character and players have to collect beans and rescue frogs throughout the stages.

Capcom, for its part, is bringing Shinsekai Into the Depths, an underwater exploration game where players control the world's last remaining human survivor. Exploring the underwater world, players will have to watch out for the remaining amount of air, how deep they've gone, and their remaining life energy.

Apple Arcade launches on September 19 in 150 countries, and it costs $4.99 per month for the family plan. It can be used with Family Link, so multiple users can have access to the subscription at no extra cost. It's also launching with a free trial for one month.

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