Ubisoft reveals full games list for Uplay+ PC subscription service
Launches in September priced at $15/£15 per month
Ubisoft has announced the launch line-up of games for PC subscription service Uplay+.
Revealed during the publisher’s E3 conference, Uplay+ will provide unlimited access to Ubisoft’s back catalogue of over 100 games, plus upcoming releases like Watch Dogs Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Rainbow Six Quarantine, for $14.99/€14.99 per month.
Uplay+ is scheduled to launch on PC on September 3, before being made available on Stadia in 2020. Ubisoft hasn’t ruled out launching Uplay+ on consoles.
At launch, Uplay+ will include more than 40 premium editions, providing access to additional content on top of the base game, although Ubisoft says this may not include all premium content. The service will allow users to download titles directly to their PC.
You can currently sign up for a free Uplay+ trial running from September 3 to September 30. To do so, you’ll need to provide valid payment card details. Just remember to cancel before the trial period ends or you’ll automatically be converted to a paid membership plan.