Ubisoft Plus Reportedly Launches On Xbox

Ubisoft Plus reportedly launches on Xbox with many of its biggest names and games. This means that you can now get direct access to a catalog of Ubisoft games completely on your Xbox console.

Ubisoft Plus Launches on Xbox

Ubisoft Plus Launches on Xbox

The subscription service of the publisher gaming platform Ubisoft, Ubisoft Plus is now making its way to Xbox.

Gamers can now subscribe to Ubisoft Plus Multi Access for just $17 monthly and then get to play a host of publishers’ games on their Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console. This new development includes popular titles such as Ton Clancy’s The Division 2, Far Cry 6, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla as well as other downloadable content for these games in question.

What the Plan Allows Users to Do

The Multi-Access plan also allows subscribers to play certain Ubisoft games through the cloud on Amazon Luna or on their very own PC using Ubisoft Connect.

Ubisoft Plus offers over a hundred games from the large catalog of the publisher, thus making it an ideal subscription for fans of the various Ubisoft franchises. The games that are available on the Xbox have prior to this been released for consoles and will not be including older titles that are released on PC.

Ubisoft Initially Revealed Its Plans in the Previous Year

Ubisoft initially revealed its plans to bring its subscription service to the Xbox platform in the previous year. And currently, many of the publisher/s games are already available on other subscription services, like Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus. Game subscription services have as you already know have grown in popularity in the past couple of years all thanks to improvements to cloud gaming and portable gaming devices like the Steam Deck. EA, Nintendo, as well as Apple also have their very own monthly subscriptions for all of their respective games.



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