Ubisoft reveals their games subscription service, Uplay+

Arriving this September, Uplay+ will cost you $14.99 a month to access over 100 Ubisoft titles, new and old.

Uplay+ or Uplay Plus is Ubisoft’s new gaming subscription service.

Following suit with almost every other games provider, Ubisoft will be launching their own gaming subscription service, Uplay+, on September 3 this year. Uplay+ will cost $14.99/month, and gives access to a wide catalogue of over 100 Ubisoft titles, including classic games like Beyond Good and Evil as well as brand new releases like Ghost Recon Breakpoint when they arrive.

Anyone who signs up between now and August 15 will get free access to Uplay+ from September 3 to September 30. In further news Uplay+ will be available on Google’s Stadia streaming service when it starts in 2020.

Ubisoft says the service will be a great way to try out new games, as well as return to old ones to try out new DLC that’s released. We’ll update with more information on Uplay+ as we discover it. To find out more, visit the Uplay+ page on the Ubisoft website. For more E3 2019 coverage, be sure to follow AllGamers on YouTube and Twitter.

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