The latest news from Ubisoft is the renaming of UPLAY+.
The service will now be known as Ubisoft+, as Amazon and Google’s gaming-based subscription services are set to launch soon.
The service will only launch initially as a beta on November 10, with the full service coming some-time in the future.
Let’s take a look at what this means for gamers now!
The service is rebranding ahead of its launch on the Amazon Luna and Google Stadia services.
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The service will cost $14.99 for PC users, enabling access to games such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion and more premium titles.
Once users have paid for the service, they will receive an invite to Amazon Luna. The service will release later for Google Stadia users.
Amazon Luna and Google Stadia
The Amazon and Google cloud-based services allow users to play games on any device that they already own.
Removing the need for long updates and other subsidiary downloads, the services are really quite intuitive and provide a user with access to a whole host of games.
The addition of Ubisoft+ to these services will enable subscribers to the service to play their library of games using the cloud-based app of their choice.
The services will also enable users to play games, such as the highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, across their devices.
Whilst playing across multiple devices, users will be able to continue where they left off from.
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This means you can jump back in where you left off on your PC or other compatible devices!