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Ubisoft Unveils Its New Subscription Service with UPlay+

Ubisoft Unveils Its New Subscription Service with UPlay+

Earlier yesterday, Microsoft unveiled its subscription service with Xbox Game Pass during its E3 press briefing. While we will have to wait few more months before getting our hands on the full version of the upcoming service, Ubisoft unveiled its subscription service UPlay+ during company’s E3 press conference.

With UPlay+, Ubisoft is offering access to more than 100 of its titles for just $14.99 per month. In addition to providing access to classic Ubisoft titles, the subscription will also come with latest releases such as The Division 2, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, Rainbow Six: Siege and Far Cry 5. As for future releases, subscribers of the upcoming service will automatically get access to beta and early access releases of upcoming games.

The company also revealed that the service will be available to other platforms such as Google Stadia later next year. As for the launch date, Ubisoft announced UPlay+ will be available on September 5 and subscribers will be able to play recently announced Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s closed beta immediately after the service becomes available. Moreover, the ultimate edition of the game will also drop on October 1 instead of October 4 which is the game’s worldwide release. If you are interested in signing up for the upcoming service, you can do so by going here. 

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