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The Ubisoft+ subscription service looks set to launch on Xbox imminently
Update: Ubisoft+ has launched on Xbox as part of the service’s $18 / £15 Multi Access plan
Ubisoft looks set to launch its Ubisoft+ game subscription service on Xbox consoles imminently.
Following recent reports that the service will hit Microsoft’s consoles this month, the Ubisoft Store website is now advertising Ubisoft+ as available on Xbox.
The website currently contains a dead link to a page that is expected to eventually show a full list of Ubisoft+ games available on Xbox consoles.
Ubisoft+ has launched on Xbox as part of the service’s $17.99 / £14.99 Multi Access plan, which lets players access over 100 games on PC and a selection of titles via Xbox consoles and Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service.
An advert for Ubisoft+ is also reportedly appearing on the Xbox rewards app for some players.
Ubisoft announced in January 2022 that it planned to bring the subscription service to Xbox consoles “in the future”.
The confirmation followed claims that Ubisoft+ could added to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tier, which also includes an EA Play membership.
However, the Assassin’s Creed publisher subsequently said that Ubisoft+ would be a separate subscription from Game Pass.
Originally launched for PC as Uplay+ in September 2019, Ubisoft+ offers access to over 100 Ubisoft titles, including new games and DLC at launch, from $14.99 / £12.99 / €14.99 per month.
A Ubisoft+ Classics range was added to PlayStation Plus last year, making a smaller selection of the company’s older titles available to players who subscribe to the Extra and Premium tiers of Sony’s service.