Uplay+ Becomes Ubisoft+, Subscribers Get Unlimited Access to 100+ Games

Joanna Estrada
October 29, 2020

Ubisoft has announced its subscription service originally called UPlay+ has been rebranded to Ubisoft+ and will be coming to Amazon Luna on November 10 and later on Google Stadia.

Similar to Xbox Game Pass and the recently restructured EA Play, the service launched previous year and offered access to over 100 of the publisher's games on PC only for $14.99 per month. Later down the line, the subscription service will make its way to Google Stadia.

You'll be able to carry your progress between the PC and Luna or Stadia versions of some games, but not all of them - only those that support the new Ubisoft Connect cross-platform features.

PC subscribers of Ubisoft+ will enjoy access to over 100 games (including in "premium editions" where applicable), including the latest releases such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Immortals Fenyx Rising, for $14.99 a month. Luna integration will start in beta on November 10, and will let you stream games like, er, Watch Dogs Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Immortals Fenyx Rising as they're released. Since this is a separate subscription plan direct from Ubisoft, paid Stadio Pro accounts won't be required to access Ubisoft games, and free Stadia users who pay for Ubisoft+ won't have to pony up additional funds.

The service will roll out in beta for Luna and then for Stadia before the end of the year.

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