Apple Arcade Will Be $4.99/month after free trial

Apple Arcade was announced by the company back in March as a subscription-based plan for accessing any kind of App (free or paid) on the App Store for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV users. 9to5Mac got to try this service beforehand with Appleā€™s early access program for Apple Arcade and they discovered that the pricing would be around $4.99 per month. Read More

Why players still enjoy Final Fantasy XIV?

By playing Final Fantasy XIV, players can actually earn real money, just by selling in-game items and FFXIV Gil through an online platform called Eldorado. It is a next-generation market for in-game items and it is available for quite a lot of games. Eldorado provides 100% trading protection, accurate delivery-time tracking, 24/7 live support, and automated selection of best offers. Read More

Google Stadia Will Begin From November For A Monthly Price Of $10

Google’s very own game streaming platform Google Stadia was announced back in March and it really looked like it would completely change the gaming scenario around the globe. A new leak has emerged online now which says that Google Stadia will be out in November costing around $10 per month. Gamers will have access to over 31 exclusive games with this subscription which can be played online instantly with a game controller. Read More

Gamers Can Now Connect On ‘Steam Chat App’ For iOS And Android

Valve has released a new App for gamers to discuss and communicate about any game related stuff called the Steam Chat App. The app is now available on both iOS and Android. The App will have the chat features similar to what’s offered on the desktop version of Steam. However, users will not be able to do voice calls at the moment but they can make use of texting in the App. Read More

Apple Is Investing $500 Million To Develop Games For Apple Arcade

Apple recently announced the Apple Arcade gaming subscription service along with the Apple TV+ and News+ subscription services. The company however did not announce the pricing for Apple Arcade, keeping it under wraps for the moment. Now, new reports claim that Apple is investing more than 500 million dollars to fund more than 100 original games that will be available on this gaming platform. Read More

Google Launches Stadia, A Game Streaming Service For All Devices

We recently saw Google working on a game controller for its game streaming service, which was scheduled to be unveiled soon. The day has finally come and Google launched its cloud based game service “Stadia” today at the currently running Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The service was introduced by none other than Sundar Pichai and also happened to be Google’s first appearance at the GDC. Read More