The Ubisoft Plus game subscription service is coming to Xbox One

The Ubisoft Plus game subscription service is coming to Xbox One

“Ultimately, we will offer the Ubisoft+ subscription service to Xbox owners so that they can enjoy the full extent of our Ubisoft+ game library, including new releases, on their consoles,” Chris Early, senior vice president of Strategic Partnerships at Ubisoft, said in a release.

On Wednesday that its subscription game service, Ubisoft Plus, will be coming to Xbox platforms in the future, but it did not specify when. Ubisoft Plus, which costs $15 a month, gives subscribers access to a wide range of new and classic Ubisoft games. On PCs, Amazon Luna, and Google Stadia, it’s already accessible.

Highlights

  • Ubisoft also said upcoming game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will be available for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass subscribers when it launches on Jan. 20. Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s own video game subscription service, with a catalog of more than 100 games. Game Pass starts at $10 a month for the basic PC and console plan, but the $15-a-month Ultimate plan bundles in Xbox Live Gold and EA Play, as well as other perks.