Ubisoft reveals their games subscription service, Uplay+

Sheri Evans
June 13, 2019

Ubisoft confirmed the service at their E3 conference today.

"Uplay+ also gives you a great reason to jump back into games you may have already played".

Ubisoft announced at E3 that it will launch a new subscription service for its Windows PC games on 3 September.

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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. Anyone who signs up between now and August 15 will also get free access from September 3 - 30. Users will get immediate access to a library of more than 100 games - Ubisoft titles of the past and present - as well as all their attendant add-ons and downloadable content releases. This will launch on September 3rd, and will also be available through Google's new Stadia service. The inclusion of new titles makes this a must buy option for fans of Ubisoft games. You can cancel at any time and if you rejoin, all your previous game progress will be waiting on you. At least we know the price point in which a PC games subscription service sees interested parties balking!

Ubisoft's plan is far more expensive than rival services. Microsoft offers hundreds of current as well as classic titles on consoles and PCs as part of its Xbox Game Pass service, which costs $10 per month.

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