The Ubisoft+ subscription service makes all its subscribers eligible for day one access to all of the publisher’s new releases, premium DLC content and much more!
Ubisoft+, the video game publisher’s subscription service’s entire library of games will be arriving on Xbox, very soon, the publisher revealed in a post on its blog. It has, however, not yet been confirmed when this will be happening, except for the fact that it will be sometime in the near future.
So far, the Ubisoft+ service had been exclusive to the PC along with the cloud gaming services such as Amazon Luna and Google Stadia. Subscription to this service allows its subscribers to day one access to all of the newly released titles as well as DLC content from the publisher.
Amongst the titles included in the Ubisoft+ subscription service are games like Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and Rider’s Republic, amongst others, as well as all the DLC’s that are present in all of these games’ premium editions.
Ubisoft+ To Arrive For The Xbox Soon, Announces The Video Games Publishing Giant
Pricing information has however not yet been revealed for Ubisoft+ on Xbox. It is also not known whether it will be the same, i.e., the current subscription plan which is priced at $15 per month, for PC. The announcement also does not make any mention of whether the subscription will be included as a part of the Xbox Game Pass, like EA Play is, for either the PC or the Xbox.
This announcement was made along with the announcement that the publisher’s latest release, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will be launching on the Xbox Game Pass, later in the month. The game will be launching on day one itself for all the subscribers on the PC as well as the Xbox. In addition to that, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will also arriving on the service, at the same time, as well.