Apple’s gaming service, Apple Arcade, has been around for a little while now and since it has received more games during its duration, more consumers are flocking to it. Now, select Verizon customers are getting a perk from it.
Verizon customers who have the Verizon Mix & Match plan will be able to get free Apple Arcade through the cellular provider for one year.
The company describes the service as the following:
“Apple Arcade is Apple’s premium game subscription service that offers unlimited access to the best collection of mobile games including exclusive Arcade Originals, which are new, original games that can be played across Apple devices like “NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition,” “The Oregon Trail,” and “Fantasian” from renowned creator of Final Fantasy. The service offers breakthrough, unique benefits players love: an incredible variety of games, support for Apple’s high user privacy standards, no ads, no in-app purchases, and one all-inclusive subscription offer with access for up to six family members. Enjoy unlimited, uninterrupted access to award winners and timeless classics like “Sneaky Sasquatch,” “Star Trek: Legends,” “Sonic Racing,” “Simon’s Cat: Story Time,” “SpongeBob: Patty Pursuit,” “Cut the Rope Remastered,” “Good Sudoku by Zach Gage,” “Solitaire by MobilityWare,” “Mini Metro,” “Fruit Ninja Classic,” and so many more, with new games and updates added every week. With Apple Arcade, you’ll get access to more than 180 incredibly fun games to play on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV 4K. Many of the games can be enjoyed with your favorite controllers including Xbox Wireless Controllers with Bluetooth, PlayStation DualShock 4, and MFi game controllers.”
The promotion will begin on Tuesday, May 25. You can click here to sign up for it when the time comes.
Apple Arcade normally costs $4.99 a month through Apple.
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