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Ubisoft Plus Finally Launches on Xbox Platforms

Ubisoft Plus has finally launched on Xbox. The subscription service is now available on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. It gives players access to a wide selection of games including new releases when they launch.

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the service on the console, Ubisoft Plus doesn’t have as large of a selection of games as it does on PC. On Xbox, users will have access to around 60 titles. However, on PC, the collection includes over 100 games.

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Thankfully, Ubisoft does have a “Multi-Access Plan” which costs $17,99 a month. This plan lets you subscribe to Ubisoft Plus and use it across both Xbox and PC. There’s also support for the Amazon Luna cloud service. At the moment, the only way to sign up for Ubisoft+ through Xbox is to grab this Mulit-Access Plan. This means it is quite a steep monthly investment.

Before you ask – no. Ubisoft Plus isn’t available as part of Xbox Game Pass. This is a separate subscription service which requires you to pay a separate amount to sign up for.

Ubisoft Plus was announced for Xbox back in January 2022. It took Ubisoft and Microsoft over a year to get the service rolled out on the platform. Thankfully, it is now available for all Xbox owners. The service is very similar to the EA Play subscription where users get access to the full library of games as well as early access to new day-one releases.

Compared to Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Plus, Ubisoft Plus is quite a pricey subscription. If you haven’t played many of the titles included in the service, perhaps it would be something to test out.

Source: Microsoft

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