Ubisoft’s subscription service, Ubisoft Plus, has been available on PC for quite some time now.
For £12.99 a month, it allows PC gamers to download and play the company’s games on the day they launch. Better yet, it includes the premium versions of them, too, which include bonus DLC and season passes. Additional access to a huge range of indie titles is the icing on the cake. And now, Ubisoft Plus is also available on Xbox.
That’s right: for a monthly fee, Xbox owners can now download and play nearly every Ubisoft game available on their platform. That includes the likes of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, and Riders Republic. In fact, a full list is available here. For those who who are fond of Ubisoft’s games on the whole, it’s good news indeed. But unfortunately there’s a catch.
You see, currently, the only way to gain access to Ubisoft Plus for Xbox is to opt for a multi-access subscription. This grants access to the full Ubisoft Plus library on PC, as well as the titles available on Xbox consoles, which excludes the indie titles. At £14.99 a month, it’s not too bad if you do generally game on PC as well as Xbox. But if not, then you’re going to be largely paying for something you don’t make use of.
It’s unclear if Ubisoft will release an Xbox-only subscription tier for Ubisoft Plus in the future, or if the service will eventually make its way to PlayStation. For now though, if you’re interested in signing up for a Ubisoft Plus multi-access subscription, you can do so here. Subscribers get 10% off any in-game currency purchases, too.