Ubisoft Announces Uplay+ Subscription Service; Launching September This Year

Adjust Comment Print

This has just been announced at Ubisoft's E3 conference.

Latest Released Games: Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Far Cry 5, Anno 1800™ and more.

It's the ideal package for those wanting to dive into any of Ubisoft's big franchises such as Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Rayman, Ghost Recon, and many more.

Alternatively, Stadia players could access games through subscription services of individual publishers.

Beloved David Ortiz stable after being shot in Dominican Republic
The shooting prompted Ortiz to reportedly plead with the emergency room doctor "Please don't let me die, I'm a good man". Surgeons there operated for six hours to fix damage to his intestines and liver, also removing his gallbladder.

On top of all that, you'll also get access to new games as they're released, and a subscription to Uplay+ automatically gets you into whatever pre-launch betas and early access programs Ubisoft holds for its upcoming games.

Those who sign up on the official Uplay+ page before August 15 will be given a free trial from 3 to 30 September. Panagrossi also confirmed that starting in 2020, the service will be available via Google Stadia. Also included will be early access to new games including premium content of those games. Plus, you can cancel your Uplay+ subscription at any point. Google is open to hosting the subscription services of other third-party companies on Stadia.

Ubisoft's plan is far more expensive than rival services.

Sony's PlayStation Now, which costs $99 per year, allows you to download many of its titles for offline play. That makes sense; Electronic Arts, like Ubisoft, is a publisher known for its diverse array of game franchises and its commitment to post-release support.