During the Ubisoft press conference at E3, the company announced that they are planning to release a new subscription service to players, in the same vein as Electronic Arts’ EA Access, call Uplay+. However, Uplay+ will only be available to PC players.
Uplay+ is set to allow PC players have access to over 100 games from Ubisoft’s back catalogue of games including such games as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, The Division 2, and many more. Players will also have access to Ubisoft’s upcoming games as well including the newly announced Watch_Dogs Legion and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. Uplay+ subscribers will also have access to the premium editions of games. Thus, allowing for access to all additional content of their games on the service.
Uplay+ is set to launch this September on PC, and will be available on Google Stadia at some point in 2020. In regards to bringing the service to Google Stadia, Ubisoft’s vice president of product management Brenda Panagrossi stated, “Wherever players are, we want to provide access to our games and services.” While Ubisoft hasn’t stated if this new subscription service will come to consoles or not, the statement from Panagrossi gives hope for that prospect in the future.
Uplay+ is set to be available on September 3 on PC and will cost $14.99 USD per month. For those interested in this new service, you can sign up now via the official Uplay website. Signing up between now and August 15 will net users free access to the service for the month of September.
You can check out the Uplay+ trailer below: