Ubisoft is evolving its subscription plans for its GamePass-like service called Ubisoft+ and has introduced two revamped tiers: Premium and Classics.
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The Ubisoft+ Multi-Access and PC Access plan will now be called Ubisoft+ Premium, which will offer day-one new releases (such as the recently launched Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown) and early access “where applicable,” as well as premium editions, monthly rewards and more.
The Ubisoft+ Premium tier will cost $17.99 and will be available across Xbox, PC and Amazon Luna through a single account – so there is no need to subscribe per platform.
Ubisoft+ Classics will offer a curated selection of the publisher’s “most popular back-catalog games”, such as Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six Siege, and Watch Dogs: Legion, and will set users back by $7.99. For PlayStation+ Extra and PlayStation+ Premium Members, this tier will be available for free on the PlayStation platform.
Subscribers can also expect Activision Blizzard games to pop up soon once Ubisoft’s agreement to feature Activision’s games on cloud services with Microsoft solidifies. Of course, the games will be available to stream from the cloud only, so users in the Middle East will miss out on those games.
“The goal of Ubisoft+ is for us to build value. We’ve made the commitment to bring more games to our subscribers,” said Philippe Tremblay, Director of Subscription at Ubisoft+, in an official blog post. “So, looking into the future, we have an exciting lineup that they’ll be able to play either in early access or on day one, and then we’ll eventually have the Activision Blizzard catalog, too. Along side the perks and our rich, diverse back catalog, we believe we’re offering a compelling reason for our players to stick around.”
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