A couple of weeks ago a streaming service for Ubisoft leaked with the name Ubisoft Pass. Today at the E3 conference Ubisoft confirmed it is releasing a subscription service of its own called Uplay+ and it is launching this September for PC, and the price will be $14.99.
This will give you access to over 100 games of the Ubisoft catalogue. Also included will be early access to new games including premium content of those games. If you sign up to the service now then you’ll get September for free. However, you have to sign up by August 15th to take advantage of the free period which lasts from September 3rd until September 30th.
With the subscription, players will get three days early access of new releases over those who don’t have Uplay+. The subscription also gives access to betas and trials too. If you decide to cancel then you can at any time.
That’s not all as it was also confirmed that in 2020 Uplay+ will be available on Google’s Stadia platform meaning you’ll be able to play Ubisoft’s games on any device that supports Stadia.
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