Uplay+ Is Ubisoft’s New Game Subscription Service; Launches in September

Uplay+ Will Be PC-Only and Have Over 100 Games to Play

The rumored “Ubisoft Premium Pass” was officially revealed on Monday as Uplay+ during Ubisoft’s E3 2019 conference. At $14.99 per month, Uplay+ subscribers on PC will be able to play over 100 games (along with those games’ DLCs).

Uplay+ will have older Ubisoft games such as Splinter Cell Blacklist and Far Cry 4 along with early access for new Ubisoft releases such as the upcoming Ghost Recon Breakpoint or 2020 titles like Watch Dogs: Legion and Gods & Monsters.

According to the official Ubisoft website, there’s also going to be a friends system that will allow users to chat with each other and start their own communities.

Ubisoft’s new game subscription service is expected to go live on September 3rd but those who sign up for the paid service from now to August 15th will get free access from September 3rd to the 30th. Also, Uplay+ will launch on Stadia in 2020.


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