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The Ubisoft+ games subscription service is officially launched on Xbox

The Ubisoft+ games subscription service is officially launched on Xbox

It’s been a long time coming, as it was first announced over a year ago, but Ubisoft’s premium subscription service has finally arrived on Xbox consoles. Ubisoft+ gives gamers instant access to much of the company’s library, and heavy hitters like Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla And Immortals Fenyx Rising are all present. Ubisoft says subscribers will have day-one access to new releases in the future. Browse the full list here.

Ubisoft+ has multiple tiers and offers the premium option, called Ubisoft+ Multi Access, available to Xbox owners. Once subscribed, you can play on any platform that offers support. For example, users can switch between Xbox and PC without losing a save state. The service is also available for Amazon Luna, but PlayStation consoles are still out in the cold, despite it being come at some point. If you own a Sony console, you can sign up for a simplified version of the service called Ubisoft+ Classics.

Ubisoft+ Multi Access offers more than the basic versions of games. You get access to all available DLC and various in-game perks. You also get ten percent off all in-game purchases, if you’re into that sort of thing.

The service is not yet available worldwide, but it is currently accessible in nearly 100 countries, including the United States. Subscription to the plan costs $18 per month and automatically renews until cancelled.

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