At E3 2019, Ubisoft revealed their own subscription service called Uplay Plus, which seemed to be very similar to EA’s Origin Access Premier and Xbox Game Pass. Uplay Plus will offer players a collection of games that they can play at their leisure for a monthly fee. Ubisoft confirmed that the service will launch on 3 September with 100 titles. They have now revealed which games will be available through the service.
Basically, any game Ubisoft has released over the past 20 years is likely to be in the Uplay Plus library. Players will get access to all of the Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy, Brothers in Arms, Far Cry , Prince of Persia, Rayman, The Settlers, Anno and Watch Dogs games. (You can view the full list in the video.) This includes all the DLC of each title. In addition to this, subscription holders will also get access to future betas and early access programs.
An official statement on the service added: “Not only will Uplay+ subscribers have access to a massive collection of classic Ubisoft titles and franchises including Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell, and Beyond Good & Evil but they will also have access to upcoming titles like Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Watch Dogs: Legion and more. Additionally, subscribers will automatically be included in all betas and early access programs, like the upcoming Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta on September 5, and early access release on October 1.”
It’s sizable list that can provide gamers with hundred hours of entertainment. It’s also a good service for anyone who hasn’t played an Ubisoft title and wants to try both older or newer games. Overall, this is a great service for any fan of Ubisoft games. For more information on what to expect from the service, be sure to visit Ubisoft’s website.
What do you think about the Uplay Plus line-up of games?