You can see the official changelog below.
A year ago in October, leaks about Google's Play Pass service surfaced the internet for the first time. Previously this service was named "ARCore".
While there are no specifics about the program officially released, we know that the trial included a range of premium apps across a diverse range of categories from games to services. We'll have more details on Google Play Pass when Google shares them so stay tuned.More news: England drops Roy for final Ashes Test
The existence of the Google Play Pass was first spotted by an XDA developer past year.
While there have been reports of this service since past year, Google started its testing period in late July 2019 and unveiled a number of details about the Play Pass.More news: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Has a Release Date for Europe
Now, Google has confirmed the existence of the long-rumoured subscription service in a tweet on the Google Play account.
Earlier people were expecting an "Apple Arcade vs Google Stadia" analysis, but the type and quality of games that are available on both the platforms are too different for any type of comparison. A little over a month later, Google appears to be ready to launch its Play Pass service for the Play Store. According to the report, the Play Pass makes all the games free, removes all the ads and unlocks all the in-app purchases. Arcade has developers from Capcom, Konami, Annapurna interactive and a lot more.
The service likely takes inspiration from Apple Arcade, a similar subscription being developed by Apple.More news: Apple tweaks App Store algorithm to handicap its own apps
Other game subscription plans include Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, regularly priced at $14.99 monthly for 100 titles, including "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds", "Minecraft", "Fallout 4", "Gears of War 4" and "State of Decay 2".