All the best way again in January, it was introduced that the Ubisoft Plus subscription service could be coming to Xbox in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later, and it seems like we’re getting nearer to its arrival, as a reference to it seems to have been noticed on the Microsoft Retailer.
This comes courtesy of well-known Microsoft Retailer leaker Aggiornamenti Lumia, who has merely posted a picture of the Ubisoft Plus image, showing to point that Microsoft is on the brink of launch the service comparatively quickly.
Sadly, regardless of what many believed on the time, Ubisoft clarified earlier this 12 months that the Ubisoft Plus service will not be bundled with Xbox Recreation Go, so you may have to pay a separate payment if you wish to get entry to the tens, if not 100+ video games that might be included with it on console. On PC, Ubisoft+ permits you to play even the newest video games from the corporate (like Far Cry 6 and Riders Republic) for a payment of £12.99 / $14.99 per-month.
There’s nonetheless no phrase on how a lot Ubisoft+ will price on Xbox simply but.
We have seen a notable improve of Ubisoft video games hitting Xbox Recreation Go recently, so it seems like the corporate is subtly attempting to spice up curiosity in its older titles forward of the massive Ubisoft+ launch on Xbox. Should not be lengthy now, then!
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