Months after Apple Arcade was first unveiled, Apple announced today that the all-you-can-play service will launch on Sept. 19 in "over 150 countries."
The service will be price of $4.99 per month for a family subscription serving up to six people, and a one-month free trial will be available. That subscription provides access to over 100 games across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, Apple says, all of which feature no ads or in-app purchases and are all playable offline with a single subscription. New games will be added to the selection monthly, and Apple said none of them will be available on other mobile platforms or subscription services.
At the keynote, Apple highlighted three specific games that will be available on the service. Konami's Frogger in Toy Town is an isometric platform game reminiscent of the best-selling series for the original PlayStation. Capcom's Shinsekai: Into the Depths promises what Apple calls "console-quality graphics and gameplay" in a "beautiful but treacherous underwater world." And Annapurna's Sayonara Wild Hearts was described as a "playable music video" featuring a jet bike tilting through obstacles at high speeds in time to the soundtrack.
[Update: In a press release following the event, Apple also revealed the following newly announced titles that will be debuting on Apple Arcade:
Ballistic Baseball(Gameloft): Live multiplayer baseball where batters face pitchers.
ChuChu Rocket! Universe(Sega): A new version of the Dreamcast classic with 100 new puzzles.
Exit the Gungeon (Devolver): An Apple Arcade-ifiedof the hit roguelike Enter the Gungeon.
Pac-Man Party Royale (Bandai Namco): A version of the classic arcade maze game featuring a four-player Battle Mode.
Rayman Mini(Ubisoft): A score-focused version of the platform franchise where Rayman is shrunk down to miniature size.
Shantae and the Seven Sirens(WayForward): A new entry in the cult classic platform action series.
Skate City(Snowman): Skate simulator with "multi-touch" controls.
Steven Universe: Unleash the Light(Cartoon Network): A mobile RPG co-written by cartoon creator Rebecca Sugar, following on the previous Save the Light andAttack the Light titles in the series.
Super Impossible Road (Rogue Games): A new version of the hit game featuring a ball rolling down a winding track.
The Enchanted World (Noodlecake): "Help a young fairy piece together a magical world torn apart by dark forces."
Various Daylife (Square Enix): A new RPG about "living life to the fullest" from the creators of Bravely Defaultand Octopath Traveler.]
Those titles come on top of these others that were previously announced:
The Artful Escape (Annapurna Interactive)
Atone: Heart of the Elder Tree (Wildboy Studios)
Beyond a Steel Sky (Revolution Software)
The Bradwell Conspiracy (Bossa Studios)
Cardpocalypse (Versus Evil)
The Construct (Directive Games)
Doomsday Vault (Flightless)
Down in Bermuda (Yak & Co)
Enter the Construct (Directive Games)
Frogger in Toy Town (Konami)
HitchHiker (Versus Evil)
Hot Lava (Klei Entertainment)
Jenny LeClue (Mografi)
Kings of the Castle (Frosty Pop)
Lego Brawls (Lego)
Lego Arthouse (Lego)
Lifelike (Kunabi Brother)
Little Orpheus (The Chinese Room)
Mr. Turtle (Illusion Labs)
No Way Home (SMG Studio)
Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm (Cornfox & Bros.)
Pascal's Wager (Giant Games)
The Pathless (Annapurna)
Projection: First Light (Blowfish Studios)
Repair (ustwo games)
Sayonara Wild Hearts (Annapurna Interactive)
Sneaky Sasquatch (RAC7)
Sonic Racing (Sega)
UFO on Tape: First Contact (Revolutionary Concepts)
Where Cards Fall (Snowman)
Winding Worlds (Ko_op)
Yaga (Versus Evil)
On top of all that info, Apple threw up an image showing 94 different developers that will be a part of the Apple Arcade family (though not necessarily at launch). Here are the ones we could identify: