According to Neowin, today 6.1, Ubisoft has made a few new announcements related to the gaming segment on Xbox. Along with revealing the upcoming appearance of Rainbow Six Extraction for all Xbox Game Pass subscription levels at launch, along with information that the Ubisoft+ service will be coming to Xbox consoles.
Ubisoft+ service coming to Xbox consoles
Similar to other game services, Ubisoft+ offers members access to a library of games for a monthly fee. Originally launched as Uplay+ in 2019 for $14.99, the service became Ubisoft+ last year, expanding its reach from PC to both Google Stadia and Amazon Luna.
Ubisoft+ provides access to over 100 Ubisoft titles, from classic titles to the latest releases like Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Riders Republic. Users are also given access to DLC and expansions of most games at no additional cost.
There is currently no specific date on when Xbox console owners will be able to receive the Ubisoft+ service. This isn’t the first time a major game publisher has brought their subscription service to a console platform, having previously brought EA Play to Xbox and then PlayStation. And whether Ubisoft+ will be available for future PlayStation platforms remains a mystery.