New App Store section reveals 15 games that will soon be leaving Apple Arcade


Apple Arcade is expected to lose 15 games in the near future, according to a new section in the App Store’s Arcade area titled “Leaving Arcade Soon.”

The following games are listed in the new section, allowing Arcade subscribers to download the games while they’re still available, without specifying when they’ll be gone.

  • Screening: First Light
  • slide of life
  • Varied daily life
  • EarthNight
  • Atonement: Elderheart
  • Above the Alps
  • Nautical Redoubt
  • Cardpocalypse
  • Towaga: among the shadows
  • Dead end job
  • Don’t bother me!
  • Spell
  • spidersaurs
  • Explottens
  • BattleSky Brigade: Harpooner

This isn’t the first time Apple has removed a title from Arcade, but it has yet to officially reveal which games are coming out and in such large numbers.

As noted MacRumors sister site Touch Arcade, Apple does not explain what happens to games that leave the service, leaving players unsure of what will happen to their save data. It’s also unclear if the games will move to a premium or free version, or be removed from the list altogether.

‌Apple Arcade‌‌‌ is priced at $4.99 per month and includes over 200 new and original game titles. All games are free and require no additional in-app purchases or payments. Up to six family members can share a single ‌‌‌Apple Arcade‌‌‌ subscription through Apple’s Family Sharing features.

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