Announced during the last edition of the Entertainment Electronic Expo in Los Angeles, Uplay + is the new subscription service with which Ubisoft will try to follow in the wake of Xbox Game Pass, Origin and other similar increasingly widespread proposals within the videogame industry.
While it was true that the first information about it had already been shared on the Los Angeles stage, Ubisoft had not yet spoken specifically about the line-up that Uplay + subscribers would have had access to. The company has now remedied, providing us with the complete list of over 100 titles included in the service.
As expected, Ubisoft has thought of satisfying the needs of both the most nostalgic and the most eager to get their hands on the new productions expected in the coming months. Among the most resonant names, we can mention those of Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Prince of Persia, Rayman, Watch Dogs (all the chapters of the respective series are included), but also those of Gods & Monsters and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Just as Microsoft teaches with it’s Game Pass, Ubisoft also decides to include its new titles at the launch. You can read the complete list by following this address.
Uplay + will be launched on PC and Google Stadia on September 3rd for €14.99 per month. By registering for the special program by August 15th, you can take advantage of a trial version of the service available from September 3rd to 30th.