Ubisoft Has Overhauled Its Subscription Service With Ubisoft+ Premium And Classics On PC

Just in time for Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown!

Ubisoft has just made major changes to its game subscription service, Ubisoft+, rolling its Ubisoft+ Multi-Access and PC Access subscriptions into a singular tier dubbed Ubisoft+ Premium.

Ubisoft+ Premium will offer day one releases on PC and Xbox including premium editions and early access where applicable, along with over 100 existing Ubisoft PC games, monthly rewards, discounts and more for $23.95 AUD per month. Those who subscribe now will be able to check out the new Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown as well as recent releases like Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Assassin’s Creed Mirage and The Crew Motorfest.

Along with this, the cheaper Ubisoft Classics+ tier that PlayStation players will be familiar with has been introduced on PC, offering up a selection of more than 50 Ubisoft PC games including the likes of Far Cry 6, Watch Dogs Legion, The Division 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for $9.95 AUD per month.

You can learn more about both new tiers from the Ubisoft website here.

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In a blog post on the Ubisoft website, Director of Subscription, Philippe Tremblay, also addressed the company’s deal with Microsoft to bring Activision Blizzard titles to its subscription services, confirming that the Activision Blizzard catalogue will be arriving on Ubisoft+ soon with more to share on the subject later on.

Steven recently published his review of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, scoring it a 9/10 and saying, “I thoroughly enjoyed The Lost Crown. It took me a little under 18 hours to finish the game with quite a bit of exploring off the beaten track along the way – and the next day all I wanted to do was pick the game back up get to more exploring. It’s got compelling exploration, great feeling movement, engaging combat and satisfying puzzles. Genuine innovation in the genre and smartly integrated accessibility features make The Lost Crown a game I heartily recommend.”