Ubisoft Plus subscription service now available on Xbox consoles
posted Tuesday Apr 18, 2023 by Scott Ertz
The past few years have been defined by a couple of trends, with one of the most prominent being subscriptions. It seems like every company wants to offer a subscription service, from media streaming services to regular shipments of razers, you can subscribe to anything. The gaming industry has begun to embrace the concept in earnest, with game subscription services becoming a norm. Ubisoft Plus has brought hundreds of games to PC, and now it is bringing those games to Xbox as well.
What is Ubisoft Plus?
Ubisoft Plus, formerly known as UPlay+, is a subscription service that offers access to Ubisoft's library of games. As one of the first gaming subscription services, it provides an easy way for players to have access to all of Ubisoft's titles in one place. With over 100 games on offer, there is something for everyone - from open-world adventures to tactical shooters - and new games are being added all the time.
Ubisoft Plus also allows players to save their progress on cloud saves, so they can pick up where they left off no matter what device they're playing on. It also offers exclusive discounts on select Ubisoft titles, giving subscribers even more value for their money. Finally, it provides access to a range of other benefits, such as early access to upcoming games and special in-game content. All these features make Ubisoft Plus a popular choice for gamers looking for an all-inclusive gaming subscription, no matter their skill level or favorite genre.
Ubisoft Plus on Xbox
With the success of other subscription services on the Xbox consoles, it was only a matter of time before Ubisoft Plus launched there, too. This week, the company officially brought its service to the Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles. This makes over 65 titles available to install and play on the consoles without having to purchase them, in addition to the over 100 titles that are available on the PC.
The level of service that is required for Xbox usage is Multi Access, which runs $17.99 per month. This is only a $3 monthly increase over the standard PC Access plan at $14.99 per month. As you would expect, many of the titles come from the Assassin's Creed franchise (a total of 12 titles), plus 7 titles from Far Cry, and 6 Tom Clancy titles. Beyond that, you'll find the South Park games, Rabbids games, and even Family Feud<.cite>. There are definitely titles for the whole family.
In addition to the Xbox access, the you'll also get Amazon Luna access via the cloud. So, if you don't want to install a game, or you are in a place where you can't install the game, such as a public computer, gaming center, or mobile, you'll still have access to your subscription. content. In fact, you'll have 39 titles available to you for cloud streaming on Luna.
The service has already launched and is available across both current Xbox generations. If you're not already a subscriber, you can sign up now.