Apple Arcade goes live for macOS Catalina beta users

Apple has operated the switch to enable Apple Arcade in the beta version of MacOS Catalina, suggesting a full public release of Catalina just around the corner. If you are running the beta version on your Mac, you can get games now.

The service costs $ 4.99 / AU $ 7.99 / AED 19.99 / £ 4.99 per month, which covers up to six family members, and you can try it for a month without charge to see if you like it first.

Apple Arcade has already launched on iPhones, iPads and Apple TV, with the release of the latest software updates, so if you are interested in the Apple ecosystem you may already be playing some of the exclusive games offered .

However, not all Apple Arcade games are available on all devices: MacRumors reports that there are about two dozen titles available on macOS, including Sayonara Wild Hearts, Operator 41, Big Time Sports and Card of Darkness.

Catalina will arrive very soon

Apple Arcade can be found inside the Mac App Store – if you're still in macOS Mojave, then you'll see a message that says "Welcome to Apple Arcade on Mac!" Along with a button to check for updates .

Apple has promised that macOS 10.15 Catalina will be expelled to users sometime during October, and that point now appears to be imminent, with Apple Arcade and many other parts in

A couple of days ago, Apple released the version Gold Master (GM) software developers, basically the version of the operating system that puts a period at the end of the beta test stage.

MacOS Catalina's launch could happen at any time, and when it does, you can dive directly into Apple Arcade on your Mac.

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