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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

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  1. The smart thing to do would be to partner with Xbox and allow an extension to add Ubisoft + to Xbox subscribers for a small additional fee.

    And is it just me or is Xbox being the more open platform making it slowly but surely THE gaming (non pc) platform to own?

    Don't get me wrong I'm kinda pleased because there are good titles from all of these vendors, Sony, UIbisoft, and so on that I enjoy and while I won't do a monthly service the portability to PC will only grow. Or even PC first! (ideally)

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