Internet search giant
has announced the availability of its Play Pass service in countries other than the US. In a blog post, the company said that the
Service — that has been available in the US only — will now be available to Android users in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the United Kingdom this week.
For users in the US, the company has also launched a new yearly subscription plan that costs $29.99 per year.
For those unaware, the
Google Play Pass
was launched in the US last year in September at a price of $4.99/month. The service competes with Apple’s Arcade service as it gives access to apps and games to users.
Google said that in the past few months, it has added over 150 new titles to the Play Pass catalog. The new titles include Sonic the Hedgehog, Golf Peaks, Teslagrad, Sesame Workshop and more.
“A series of new titles will premiere on Play Pass this year when they launch. You can get started with the newly-released The Almost Gone from Playdigious, and look out for exciting content like The Gardens Between and Kingdom Rush, and brand new releases like Bright Paw from Rogue and Line Weight from The Label coming later this year,” said Google in a blogpost.