Game subscription services are all the rage these days, with services out there such as Xbox Game Pass and EA Play offering tons of games for a monthly subscription price. We had heard some rumblings as of recent that Ubisoft would be joining the party and they confirmed that at E3 with the reveal of Uplay+.
Uplay+ is a game subscription service that will launch first for PC in September 2019 and feature more than 100 of your favorite Ubisoft games like The Division 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, as well as access to the upcoming beta for Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
When Uplay+ launches on September 3, 2019 for PC, it will cost $14.99 per month to get access to each of these games, which is a good bit more expensive than its competitors so far. There are a lot of modern and classic games include though, so your mileage may vary on whether or not it’s worth it to you.
That wasn’t it for the announcement though, as Ubisoft also revealed that Uplay+ would be coming to other platforms in 2020, with the only one named being Stadia. Google’s Stadia is definitely becoming a pretty prominent name at E3, so it’s really interesting to see the big publishers getting involved with the streaming only platform.
For those interested, you can pre-register for Uplay+ at uplay.com right now.
- This article was updated on July 30th, 2021