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At E3 on Monday, Ubisoft announced the upcoming release of Uplay+, the company’s very own subscription based gaming service.
With Uplay+ gamers will soon be able to subscribe to Ubisoft under a single monthly fee, gaining access to a library of games published by the company.
Subscribers will have over 100 titles to choose from, including Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Far Cry 5 and For Honor.
Uplay+ will feature new releases and premium additions of games as well, along with “classic Ubisoft titles”.
Subscribers will also enjoy early access to new games and beta programmes.
The service will be obligation-free too, meaning users may cancel subscriptions at any time.
Uplay+ will launch for PC only on 3 September this year, and cost users $14.99 a month.
Those who sign up by 15 August will get their first month free.
Feature image: screenshot, Ubisoft via YouTube