Ubisoft has just announced their subscription service, Uplay +, has been rebranded into Ubisoft + while also launching a beta with the Google Stadia and Amazon Luna cloud gaming services. This follows an announcement for Ubisoft Connect, where Ubisoft merged all of their "in-game services, activities, and communities on all platforms." That will launch on October 29, with the launch of Watch Dogs: Legion.
But I'm here to talk about Ubisoft Plus, so let's talk about it. It will officially change over from Uplay + to Ubisoft + on November 10 (just in time for next-gen) and will launch a multi-platform subscription that will begin with betas first on Amazon Luna and then later this year on Google Stadia. Those who subscribe on PC will still get access to 100+ games for $14.99 a month, including the premium editions of upcoming titles such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Immortals Fenyx Rising.
Subscribers will have to request an invitation to the Amazon Luna service, which they will then receive an invite for and then link their accounts with. Players will have no additional fee beyond the $14.99 subscription during the beta for Amazon Luna, which is nice, and by the end of the year, subscribers will also be able to access Ubisoft games on Stadia with the same subscription. Stadia Pro will not be required for this, so subscribers can sign up for the free version of Google Stadia. It's important to note that Stadia support will not be available on November 10 (unlike Amazon Luna) but will be available later this year.
If you're interested in checking out Ubisoft Plus, be sure to check out the main website here. For more information about Ubisoft in general, stay tuned to TechRaptor.
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