Ubisoft+, the publisher’s subscription service that allows access to the entire library of Ubisoft’s games, will be launching on Xbox.
Ubisoft+ was previously exclusive to PC players through Ubisoft’s own launcher, giving members day-one access to new releases and DLC for the company’s titles. This includes games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, Rider’s Republic, and more. A membership also grants players access to the premium editions of these games.
While we know the service will be coming to Xbox, Ubisoft hasn’t yet announced when it will happen. It also hasn’t been revealed if the pricing for Ubisoft+ for remain the same, which is currently $15 per month on PC. The announcement also didn’t mention if this service will be merged together with Xbox Game Pass for either Xbox or PC (unlike EA Play).
The announcement was made in conjunction with the information that Rainbow Six Extraction will be releasing on Xbox Game Pass later on this month. The game will launch day-one for all subscribers on Xbox and PC, with Rainbow Six Siege being added to Game Pass that same day.