Is Ubisoft Plus coming to Game Pass? We have the answer. In January, Ubisoft announced that it would be bringing its Ubisoft+ subscription service to Xbox Game Pass on consoles and PC. Stay tuned to the Ubisoft News Hub for additional information, they said at the time, but we’ve heard nothing since. A casual remark included in the most recent Xbox Insider update, on the other hand, appears to suggest that the service will be available sooner rather than later.
Is Ubisoft Plus coming to Game Pass?
The change was part of the first May update for the Xbox App for Windows preview. The update, which is a new feature, “improved search results for all PC Game Pass titles, including those from EA Play and Ubisoft,” as stated in the note. There is only one Ubisoft game on PC Game Pass right now in the form of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction, and I don’t think the note refers to that title in particular. The note is more likely implying the forthcoming appearance of Ubisoft+ as part of PC Game Pass.
EA’s Battlefield 2042 survey on new potential features.
More than 100 cloud games are currently available from Ubisoft, with more on the way. These include brand-new Ubisoft titles that are available day one, as well as premium editions with season passes, expansion packs, and other bonus content. The upcoming service will be made available on the PC Game Pass platform, as well as Xbox consoles. We may hear more about it at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, which takes place June 12th, but many gamers are hoping for an announcement sooner rather than later.