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Earlier this year, screenshots of an experimental Google Play game subscription service called Google Play Pass leaked, which seemed to be a direct response to Apple & # 39; s similar Apple Arcade. But it doesn't seem to be a test anymore – Google has now bullied Play Play officially & # 39; coming soon & # 39; coming.

The teaser, a day before Apple revealed prices and launch details for Apple Arcade, has no details – so we'll have to keep waiting to find out more about when the service will arrive, how much it will cost and which games will be available.

But we have those early leaked screenshots, first reported by Android police in July, suggesting that it could cost $ 4.99 a month – exactly the same price as Apple Arcade – and seems to have a similar model as Apple Arcade to give subscribers an ad-free, play-what-you-want experience to give.

The screenshots also showed that the service might contain some well-known games, including Monument Valley, Stardew Valley and threes, as well as non-gaming apps such as & # 39; premium music apps & # 39; and fitness trackers. Google often organizes an event to announce new hardware and services in October, and perhaps Google Play Pass will make its debut there.