One of the big announcements Apple might announce on Monday is a new video game service. According to Bloomberg Apple sets up a "Premium Games Subscription" service for the App Store. Unlike the recently announced Google Stadia or PlayStation Now and Microsoft's xCloud, Apple's service is not cloud-based.
Instead, it will focus on iPhones and iPads and bundle paid games from different developers that consumers can access for a monthly fee, "reports Bloomberg.
According to one source, Apple developers will pay depending on how much time they spend The report claims that the service would only include paid games, not free-to-play titles According to reports, the service may not be announced on Monday, but during its June Developers' Conference Timing would be interesting as it's about to hit E3.
According to analyst Serkan Toto, this package offer is already available. In Japan, he also points out that if free-to-play games are actually ruled out, Nintendo's upcoming Mario Kart As you may remember, Apple has partnered with Nintendo, to advertise and sell See the free Mario game Super Mario Run.
Problem is: If the article is to be believed, contents of F2P are excluded.
On Mario Kart Tour both Nintendo and DeNA have been confirmed (not just once) Serkan Toto (Kantan Games Inc.) (@serkantoto) March 23, 2019
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An earlier report suggested that the March 25 Apple press conference will include the official release of Apple's plans for its own Netflix-like TV streaming service. Everything should be clear soon.