Ubisoft is joining forces with PlayStation in a big way. It was recently announced that Ubisoft would be bringing its Game Pass-style subscription service to PlayStation consoles. On top of that, this service, known as Ubisoft+, will be available to PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers.
Ubisoft+ will first be introduced on PlayStations as Ubisoft+ Classics. This service will come bundled with PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscriptions.
When launched, this service will provide subscribers with access to “a curated selection of popular games.” 27 games to be exact, including hit titles like The Division, For Honor, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Watch Dogs, Far Cry 4, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Ubisoft has already said that it plans on expanding this collection of games to at least 50 titles by the end of the year.
Ubisoft+ Classics will be available when PlayStation launches its new PlayStation Plus subscription service. This will take place on June 13th in the United States and June 23rd in Europe.
Ubisoft also said that a full version of Ubisoft+, which includes over 100 games along with several day-one releases, will be coming to Xbox and PlayStation consoles soon. Unfortunately, a release date for the full service has not yet been announced.
(All information was provided by IGN, Ubisoft Entertainment, and Video Games Chronicle)
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