Xbox Games Pass: Ubisoft+ May Be Joining The Service

Xbox Games Pass is without a doubt one of the best things to happen to modern gaming.

The service allows gamers to download and play hundreds of game for one low monthly subscription cost.

Ubisoft+ Joining Games Pass

It is being rumoured that Ubisoft's own subscription service, Ubisoft+, may be joining Games Pass and become available to subscribers for free as part of the subscription.

Jez Corden, editor for Windows Central, tweeted about the rumours and stated that it "has a strong chance of being true".

This could add over 100 Ubisoft games to the already expansive catalogue.

Games that are currently offered as part of the Ubisoft+ subscription include:

  • Watch Dogs Legion
  • Far Cry New Dawn
  • The Division 2
  • Assassin's Creed Valhalla
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • The Crew 2
  • For Honor
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole

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Will It Include Xbox?

Right now Ubisoft+ is only available on PC, with plans to bring it to Stadia this year.

If Ubisoft do partner with Microsoft it could bring the service to Xbox, or it could become a bigger selling point for Games Pass For PC subscribers.

EA Play

In 2020 EA Play joined Xbox Games Pass Ultimate, adding over 100 titles to Games Pass.

EA Play is intended to be coming to Games Pass For PC but has been delayed.

It seems like Microsoft is really trying to make moves to make Games Pass the ultimate selling point for the Microsoft brand.

Having brand new titles from EA and Ubisoft, as well as all Microsoft owned titles available on day 1 makes it a major factor in deciding whether to go Xbox or PlayStation this generation.

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