UPlay  membership lets you play every Ubisoft game on PC and Stadia

All you can play–.

$1499/ month service consists of all DLC, “earliest gain access to” to brand-new Ubisoft titles.

Kyle Orland

Just a few of the titles and franchises coming to Ubisoft's UPlay+ service.

Enlarge/Just a few of the titles and franchises coming to Ubisoft’s UPlay service.


LOS ANGELES– At its E3 interview today, Ubisoft announced a brand-new membership service called UPlay . For $1499 a month, customers will have the ability to access every title in Ubisoft’s brochure– over 100 games– as a PC download (beginning September 3) and through Google’s Stadia streaming service (beginning in 2020).

That list of readily available games includes:

  • Upcoming releases:Watch Pets: Legion,Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint,Rainbow Six Quarantine,Gods & Monsters
  • Recent games:Tom Clancy’s The Department 2,Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Siege, Far Cry 5, Anno 1800
  • Traditional Ubisoft Titles: Titles from the Far Cry and Rayman franchises,Prince of Persia,Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell,Beyond Good & Evil
  • Beloved PC Franchises: Heroes of May and Magic, Silent Hunter, The Settlers, Anno

A membership to UPlay will also consist of the “earliest readily available access to new games,” including beta and early access editions of upcoming titles. Additional material “such as DLCs, expansions and automatic updates” is likewise consisted of as part of the bundle.

Players that register prior to August 15 will secure free access to UPlay for the month of September prior to being signed up for the monthly service strategy in October. Early customers will likewise get aGhost Reconnaissance: Breakpoint AtmosphereEmblem and aWatch Dogs LegionUbisoft Hat for their in-game characters.

Ubisoft’s relocation continues the fragmentary subscription battle playing out throughout the game industry. UPlay goes a step even more than EA’s existing EA Gain access to program, which offers a restricted selection of legacy and early gain access to titles from the business’s catalog for $30 a year. It looks more like Microsoft’s Xbox Games Pass, which provides hundreds of classic and present video games on Xbox One and now Windows starting at $10 a month. Sony’s PlayStation Now service likewise provides downloads of many of its video games along with cloud-based streaming access to numerous titles for $99 a year.

UPlay is the first openly revealed subscription service for Stadia. Google announced last week that it would offer Stadia games à la carte and offer access to a small selection of complimentary titles with its $9.99- per-month Stadia Pro bundle.


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