Ubisoft+ rumoured to be next subscription service added to Xbox Game Pass. Ubisoft+, which is Ubisoft’s subscription service – might be offered as part of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass.
The rumour was bubbling around for a few days now. However, at the time, it hadn’t been substantiated by any notable sources and was loosely grouped in a bigger collection of speculative Xbox “rumours”.
Now, however, Windows Central editor Jez Corden has acknowledged the rumour “has a strong chance of being true based on stuff [they’d] heard”, which reportedly states Ubisoft will join the service in late 2021.
“I’ve seen rumours about Ubisoft Uplay+ joining Xbox Game Pass Ultimate,” Corden recently tweeted “I think this has a strong chance of being true, based on stuff I’ve heard.
“I imagine it would be a vault or smaller slice of older games, but crazier things have happened,” he added. “I always thought EA Play would be an extra tier of Game Pass, but they just rolled that bad boy right in. Guess we’ll see.”
Like EA’s EA Play, Ubisoft+ offers players unlimited access to a large library of new and old Ubisoft games, although Ubisoft+ also includes day-one access to new releases. The monthly subscription currently costs $14.99/£12.99.