Microsoft has prematurely confirmed that Ubisoft+ subscription services are said to launch on Xbox in the near future.
In early 2022, Ubisoft verified that its subscription wouldn’t be linked to the Xbox Game Pass, but recently, rumors hint towards people having to purchase Ubisoft+ to get access to hundreds of Ubisoft’s games.
The rumors started circulating at the beginning of April, as credible sources stated that ‘Ubisoft+ on Xbox is likely imminent.’ The comment was made via Twitter and came from Windows Central’s Jaz Cordan.
Quite recently, many Xbox console users have reportedly seen Ubisoft+ mentioned on their dashboards, but when players click the application, it seems like it’s still in development. Also to be noted, Ubisoft+ occurring on Xbox consoles has only been reported in a few regions, but this highly indicates a release sooner, maybe even within this year.
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Ubisoft+ has been around since 2019 as a subscription-based service for gamers who get access to various games like Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and various other flagship titles. You also have access to over a hundred different Ubisoft games; although we might not get all 100 games, we could expect some of our favorite titles to show up.
Ubisoft has recently made several changes, one of which is that it will not be attending this year’s E3 convention. They’ve already announced that they’re hosting their own separate event, Ubisoft Forward, on June 12, 2023, and we’re quite excited to see what they bring. Don’t forget to keep tuning in if you’d like to know more about your favorite games, new video game releases, and much more.