Ubisoft unveiled Uplay+ its new subscription service

Kelley Robertson
June 13, 2019

Let's find out all the details of Uplay +, the subscription service announced by Ubisoft during the E3 2019 conference and dedicated to all PC and Stadia players.

Arriving this September, Uplay+ will cost you $14.99 a month to access over 100 Ubisoft titles, new and old.

Anyone who signs up between now and August 15 will get free access to Uplay+ from September 3 to September 30.

Ubisoft's move continues the fragmentary subscription battle playing out across the game industry. Similar to EA Origin Plus or Xbox Game Pass, players can opt-into a $14.99 a month subscription to access all of Ubisoft games and premium editions. Additionally, subscribers will automatically be included in all betas and early access programs.

It's also worth noting: new games like Breakpoint will launch on Uplay+ in their fanciest form.

You can also download games directly to your PC to play offline-enabled games without connecting to the internet. If you decide to cancel then you can at any time. Wait, that's actually a lot of money, even if the games offered as part of that subscription include Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and Gods & Monsters.

Signing up will allow players to get access to games like Far Cry: New Dawn, Child of Light, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Beyond Good and Evil, and Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

Ubisoft's plan is far more expensive than rival services. That makes sense; Electronic Arts, like Ubisoft, is a publisher known for its diverse array of game franchises and its commitment to post-release support.

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