It has certainly become a trend for games publishers to have their own subscription service to a catalogue of their own games. Of course, Xbox has had a lot of success with Game Pass, and EA perhaps less so with Origin Access, but now Ubisoft is entering the fray.
Late into their E3 presentation, Ubisoft announced Uplay+, a subscription service granting paying subscribers access to over 100 PC games via their Uplay launcher, but also Stadia when it’s released.
It’s important to note that subscribers will get access to the most premium digital version as well. For example, if there’s a ‘Gold’ version of the game let’s say, with added content not included in the ‘Standard’ version, subscribers will get all the ‘Gold’ content. Pretty cool.
It will cost $US14.99 per month, but if you sign up now you’ll get temporary free access in September.