Ready for another game subscription? THE Ubisoft launched on Tuesday (3) the Uplay +which offers over 100 games like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege, The Division 2 and Watch dogs 2, in addition to all series titles Assassins Creed, Far cry, Prince of persia and Rayman. They can be played on PCs with Windows and by 2020 also through Google Stadia. The service costs $ 14.99 per month, but is not available in Brazil.
Uplay + offers the most premium version of each game, with DLCs and expansions – check out the full list here. In addition, subscribers will have access to titles such as Watch Dogs Legion and Gods & Monsters as soon as they are released. You can also get into early access programs, such as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
You must use the Uplay client on Windows To install: Just select the desired title and click Add to Library. “You will need an internet connection to start each game and to play it,” warns Ubisoft. And if you unsubscribe, you will no longer have access to the Uplay + catalog.
Uplay + will be integrated with Google Stadia in 2020
By 2020, the Uplay + subscription may be used within Google Stadia, the game streaming service. That is, you will have access to Ubisoft titles at no additional cost.
Remember that you will have to pay for Stadia games: they will not be cheaper than Xbox or PlayStation, and can only be accessed via streaming. Google will have a free "Base" plan limited to Full-HD resolution, and a paid "Pro" option with 4K.
Ubisoft is offering free September on Uplay + to customers in the US, Canada, Europe and elsewhere; Learn more here. It will compete with other game subscription services, such as EA's Origin Access and Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass.
Uplay + is not being sold in Brazil; you can't find it in the rest of Latin America, Japan, China, South Korea and other countries either.