During E3, Ubisoft announced its Uplay+ subscription service that’s launching in September. As a subscription service, it will work in the same way as EA’s Origin Access and Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, allowing you to play any number of games included in the service for a monthly fee. The publisher has claimed that subscribers of Uplay+ will have access to over 100 games.
Now, you can check what the games are exactly from the dedicated Uplay+ page. The page lists 106 games at the time of writing, including the upcoming Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Watch Dogs: Legion. Of course, existing games are on the service as well, including The Division 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey .
Some games offered as part of the Uplay+ subscription service also come in their premium editions. For example, Ghost Recon Breakpoint will come in its Gold Edition form, while The Division 2 is available in its Ultimate Edition variant. That said, according to TechSpot, this comes with a caveat. Some of these premium editions may not come with all the premium content that they may usually have.
Uplay+ is set to launch on 3 September 2019, with a monthly subscription fee of US$15 (~RM62). It’s a pretty steep price to pay, especially if you can’t dedicate all of your gaming time to games available there. But that’s assuming that the service will also be available here immediately after launch.