Earlier this year, Ubisoft revealed that it was working on a premium subscription service called Uplay+, a service that would put over 4,000 hours of gaming into player’s hands for the low price of $14.99 a month. Now, after months of waiting, Ubisoft fans can finally subscribe to Uplay+ as it is now available on Windows PC.
We’ve already covered all the games available on Uplay+, but if you haven’t kept up to date with the list, or aren’t interested in perusing the entire catalogue, let’s name off a few. Uplay+ subscribers will have access to the following games:
- Assassin’s Creed – Director’s Cut
- Far Cry 5 – Gold Edition
- Far Cry New Dawn – Deluxe Edition
- For Honor – Marching Fire Edition
- Prince of Persia
- Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands – Deluxe Edition
- Rayman Legends
- Rayman Raving Rabbids
- The Crew 2 – Gold Edition
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint – Gold Edition
- Rainbow Six: Siege – Ultimate Year Four Edition
- Rainbow Six: Quarantine
- The Splinter Cell series
- Watch_Dogs Legion Ultimate Edition
As you can see, the list of games available on Uplay+ is pretty astounding, and definitely something that Ubisoft fans will want to keep an eye on. If that wasn’t enough, though, subscribing to Uplay+ right now will grant you a free trial period until September 30, though failure to cancel the subscription before the end of the month will result in you being charged the full price for the next month’s subscription.
Not sure if this is the kind of thing you’re interested in? Well, what do you have to lose? There’s a free trial and that gives you a perfect amount of time to dive in and see if there is anything in the library of games that piques your interest. Furthermore, subscribing to Uplay+ will also grant you access to the upcoming Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta, which is set to kick off in just a few days.
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Very surprised its such a limited library, and missing even older games like The Division
It is meant to be a beta test, the full release in early 2020. But I suspect you're still be missing their more popular titles.