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Ubisoft reveals UPLAY+ subscription service for PC

Get access to Ubisoft's premium AAA titles on day-1 with this monthly subscription.

Ubisoft reveals UPLAY+ Subscription service for PC

Ubisoft reveals UPLAY+ subscription service for PC

At E3 2019, Ubisoft has officially revealed UPLAY+ the company's PC subscription service which will grant PC gamers access to hundreds of existing titles and all future Ubisoft releases on launch day for $14.99/€14.99 per month.   

This subscription service is only available for PC, but it will be coming to Google's Stadia platform in 2020. When subscribed, PC gamers will be given access to premium editions of Ubisoft games, which include all of each game's DLC and -post-launch content as it arrives. Subscribers will also be given access to betas for upcoming titles. 

With this service, PC gamers will be given access to the top editions of Watch Dogs: Legion and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint at launch, with both games having early access periods for owners of the game's premium editions, which are included with UPLAY+. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's Ultimate Edition costs $120, which is equivalent to eight months of UPLAY+, over which time gamers could play multiple titles which are available on the service. 

UPLAY+ will become available on September 3rd, 2019, but early subscribers to the service will be given free access to the service between September 3rd and 30th. Gamers can choose not to renew their subscription after this date to take advantage of the service at launch without paying a penny.   


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10-06-2019, 18:33:55

AlienALX
Oh god not them too Quote

10-06-2019, 20:29:30

NeverBackDown
I actually like their version. You get access to everything that the game gets without having to pay for more to access the DLC. Or at least they are the only ones who mentioned that.


Personally I think it makes it so gamers don't play games as long. Kinda ruins the games as a service I feel like.

Plus with all these subscriptions coming out if you add them together you'd probably be spending a total of near $100 I'd guess. That's a lot every month.Quote

11-06-2019, 01:41:24

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Oh god not them too
I know the feeling. Not long now before breathing becomes a subscription Quote

11-06-2019, 03:19:29

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I actually like their version. You get access to everything that the game gets without having to pay for more to access the DLC. Or at least they are the only ones who mentioned that.


Personally I think it makes it so gamers don't play games as long. Kinda ruins the games as a service I feel like.

Plus with all these subscriptions coming out if you add them together you'd probably be spending a total of near $100 I'd guess. That's a lot every month.
As much as I hate EA, ORigin access is like that too. You get the full ultimate versions of all the games I believe. And any games you own get upgraded to included all DLC and bonus content.Quote

11-06-2019, 03:27:24

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
As much as I hate EA, ORigin access is like that too. You get the full ultimate versions of all the games I believe. And any games you own get upgraded to included all DLC and bonus content.
Well that's good. Doesn't mean I'll get it though
The only one I'd consider getting is Ubisoft as they are the last good big AAA publisher/studio. In my opinion anyway.Quote
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