Ubisoft Plus game service is coming to Xbox

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Ubisoft on Wednesday mentioned its subscription recreation service, Ubisoft Plus, is coming to Xbox consoles sooner or later, however it did not present precise timing for the platform launch.

Ubisoft Plus, which begins at $15 a month, presents entry to all kinds of latest and basic titles from the sport publishing big. It is already out there on PCs, Amazon Luna and Google Stadia. 

“Finally, we’ll supply the Ubisoft+ subscription service to Xbox homeowners in order that they will benefit from the full extent of our Ubisoft+ recreation library, together with new releases, on their consoles,” Chris Early, senior vp of Strategic Partnerships at Ubisoft, mentioned in a launch. 

Ubisoft additionally mentioned upcoming recreation Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will likely be out there for Xbox Recreation Cross Final and PC Recreation Cross subscribers when it launches on Jan. 20. Xbox Recreation Cross is Microsoft’s personal online game subscription service, with a catalog of greater than 100 video games. Recreation Cross begins at $10 a month for the essential PC and console plan, however the $15-a-month Final plan bundles in Xbox Reside Gold and EA Play, in addition to different perks.

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