Ubisoft to release Uplay+ subscription for Windows PC on 3 September

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After a short test period in January, the project ended and Google kept pretty quiet about its future game streaming ... While many other studios have established similar programs, such as EA Access, Ubisoft have now officially come to the party with Uplay Plus which will also be coming to Stadia in 2020.

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During Xbox's E3 2019 Briefing, Microsoft executives discussed more of their Xbox Game Pass plans, including a $4.99/month PC pass and an Ultimate subscription for $14.99 per month.

Uplay+ will be launching on September 3rd, 2019, for €14,99 per month and the publisher has released a new trailer dedicated to this service that you can find below. The service will give you access to the Premium Editions of all the games on the service, which means you will be able to play all the DLC that is available for those titles.

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It's the flawless package for those wanting to dive into any of Ubisoft's big franchises such as Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Rayman, Ghost Recon, and many more.

Ubisoft's plan is far more expensive than rival services. It will be interesting to see how gamers respond to Ubisoft's new service in the fiercely competitive market.

The UPlay Plus service has been priced at $15 per month.

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