Earlier this yr, screenshots leaked of an experimental Google Play recreation subscription service known as Google Play Cross, which a direct reply to Apple’s comparable Apple Arcade. However it doesn’t appear to be a take a look at anymore — Google has now teased that Play Cross is formally “coming soon.”

The teaser, a day earlier than Apple revealed pricing and launch particulars for Apple Arcade, has zero particulars — so we’ll should preserve ready to study extra about when the service is coming, how a lot it’s going to value, and which video games will likely be obtainable.

However we do have these early leaked screenshots, first reported on by Android Police in July, to recommend that it could value $4.99 monthly — precisely the identical value as Apple Arcade — and seems to have the same mannequin to Apple Arcade in giving subscribers an ad-free, play-what-you-want expertise.

The screenshots additionally confirmed that the service might need some well-known video games, together with Monument Valley, Stardew Valley and Threes, in addition to non-gaming apps resembling “premium music apps” and health trackers. Google typically holds an occasion to announce new {hardware} and companies in October, and maybe Google Play Cross will make its debut there.

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