With the rise of services such as Xbox Game Pass or even the different levels of the PS Plus, publishers are also starting to offer their games through subscriptions. If EA has already had its EA Play service for several years, Ubisoft launched in 2020 Ubisoft +, an offer bringing together most of its games. Today, several elements indicate that the service could land on Xbox.
Ubisoft+ soon on Xbox?
Already available on PC as well as in PS Plus Extra and Premium, Ubisoft+ could soon land on Xbox. According to @MauroNL3, generally very well informed, the “Free” tag has been added to several games from the publisher.
It also mentions a count leading up to next January 16/17.
Some examples pic.twitter.com/E97HlreNBM
— MauroNL (@MauroNL3) January 11, 2023
Ubisoft+ on Xbox next week?
As a reminder, Ubisoft
announced in January 2022 that Ubisoft+ would be “available soon on Xbox”. Almost just a year later, the service could thus be officially launched on Microsoft consoles.
As if that were not enough, the XboxUK account has just published a message teasing an announcement scheduled for January 16th.
We probably shouldn’t have to wait too long for confirmation of Ubisoft+’s arrival on Xbox. Remember that there is also a good chance that Microsoft will hold an event at the end of January to talk about its games, and potentially announce new things such as the arrival of Ubisoft+, or the launch of the Xbox Game Pass family offer.
— Xbox UK (@xboxuk) January 11, 2023