Ubisoft’s game subscription service may soon be available to Xbox users.
As discovered by Aggiornamenti Lumia, a website that’s usually known for its Microsoft Store leaks, assets for Ubisoft+ have begun hitting the Xbox backend, an indication that Ubisoft might be planning to launch the service on Xbox relatively soon.
Ubisoft confirmed that Ubisoft+ would be headed to Xbox in January 2022 as part of a post about how Rainbow Six Extraction would be available on Xbox Game Pass.
Ubisoft announced that its Ubisoft+ subscription service will be coming to Xbox in the future. Originally launched for PC, the service allows access to more than 100 Ubisoft titles at a single monthly cost, with games and DLC available on launch day, and monthly rewards including cosmetics, boosters, in-game items, and more.
Ubisoft+ currently grants PC gamers access to over 100 Ubisoft titles and DLC, including newer releases (e.g., Far Cry 6 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla), for $14.99/month. A “multi access” plan that adds cloud gaming via Amazon Luna and Google Stadia is also available for $17.99/month.
Ubisoft+ originally launched as Uplay+ in September 2019.
Source: Aggiornamenti Lumia