Ubisoft has joined in on the E3 subscription program announcements, joining Microsoft, Google, and Bethesda (some are aimed to support, and some compete with each other) in making similar announcements over the last week.
The service, aptly named Uplay+, will cost $14.99 per month and players will have unlimited access to download more than 100 games when it launches on September 5.
The service will include new releases announced at E3 like Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Gods & Monsters in addition to a backlog of classic titles and franchises such as Beyond Good & Evil, Far Cry series, Rayman series, Anno, Heroes of Might, and more.
“The video game industry is constantly shifting, and our players’ needs are evolving. At Ubisoft, we are committed to offering our players the best experience and the opportunity to discover the different worlds we’ve created for them. With Uplay+, we are able to provide more freedom for players by making it even easier to access our extensive catalogue,” said Brenda Panagrossi, vice president of Platform and Product Management, in a press release by Ubisoft.
Players that register for Uplay+ between June 10 and August 15 will be able to access a free trial of the service from September 3 to 30.
Ubisoft also made the announcement that the service will be available on Google Stadia in 2020, but it is not clear if players will have to pay for the services a la carte.
You can register for Uplay+ on PC at uplay.com