Ubisoft Announces Uplay+ Subscription Service

The race to become the “Netflix of games” is on. Microsoft and EA already have their subscription type services in the form of Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC, Origin Access and EA Access. These services seek to offer gamers a buffet package in a monthly or yearly fee and are slowly starting to take off.

Not to get left behind, Ubisoft is now joining the fray with their new Uplay+ service announced at E3 2019.  For $14.99/month, players will have unlimited access to download more than 100 games, including new releases, the latest released games, back catalog, premium editions and additional content packs. Uplay+, its new subscription service, will launch on September 3, 2019, for Windows PC

If you’re not willing to spend a dime to try out this new service, well you’re in luck. Players who sign up for Uplay+ between June 10 and August 15 will be able to access a free trial of Uplay+ from September 3 to September 30. Uplay+ will also be available on and the new generation gaming platform, Stadia, in 2020.

Games included in the new service are as follows:

  • Upcoming Releases: Watch Dogs®: Legion, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon®Breakpoint, Rainbow Six® Quarantine, Gods & Monsters™ and more.
  • Latest Released Games: Tom Clancy’s The Division® 2, Assassin’s Creed®Odyssey, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege, Far Cry® 5, Anno 1800™ and more.
  • Classic Ubisoft Titles: Titles from the Far Cry and Rayman franchises, Prince of Persia®, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®, Beyond Good & Evil® and more.
  • Beloved PC Franchises: Heroes of Might and Magic, Silent Hunter, The Settlers, Anno and more.

To sign up for Uplay+ and be enabled access to the service for free from September 3 to September 30, players may register by August 15, 2019, at uplay.com.

It’s interesting how players suddenly have plenty of options for this new kind of subscription service. With fierce competition from Microsoft, EA and Google amongst other players, is this truly the future of buying games?

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