Earlier this year, screenshots leaked of an initial Google Play diversion subscription use called Google Play Pass, that looked to be a approach answer to Apple’s identical Apple Arcade. But it doesn’t seem to be a exam anymore — Google has now teased that Play Pass is strictly “coming soon.”
The teaser, a day before Apple suggested pricing and launch sum for Apple Arcade, has 0 sum — so we’ll have to keep watchful to learn some-more about when a use is coming, how most it will cost, and that games will be available.
But we do have those early leaked screenshots, initial reported on by Android Police in July, to advise that it competence cost $4.99 per month — accurately a same cost as Apple Arcade — and appears to have a identical indication to Apple Arcade in giving subscribers an ad-free, play-what-you-want experience.
The screenshots also showed that a use competence have some obvious games, including Monument Valley, Stardew Valley and Threes, as good as non-gaming apps such as “premium song apps” and aptness trackers. Google mostly binds an eventuality to announce new hardware and services in October, and maybe Google Play Pass will make the entrance there.