If you’re still impressed, Google has launched Google Play Pass subscriptionservice to counter Apple’s gaming subscription service, Apple Arcade. Launched last September, Google Play Pass initially included more than 350 games and apps (updates have been added since then), including:
Monument Valley 1/2, Hell’s Border, Star Valley Speechless, This Is The Police, Pocket City, Game of Thrones, Bridgebuilder: The Portal, This Is My War, and more.
Previously, Google Play Pass could have a free trial for 10 days for $4.99 a month, but may be taking into account the recent situation, Google Play announced on April 7th that the Google Play Pass free trial period would be extended to 30 days, up to May 14!
Users who have tried it before can still receive the 30-day period, just prepare a credit card, add a subscription and then cancel their subscription in Google Play to enjoy the 30-day free benefit without spending money, during which Google will deduct $1 to test the credit card, but don’t worry, it will be returned immediately.
Of course, $4.99 a month isn’t expensive (after all, a boutique stand-alone game often starts at $6.99), and Android users who regularly play Mobile game can also consider a long-term subscription.