Ubisoft's subscription service Ubisoft+ could be available to Xbox console owners as soon as next month, according to the leaks.
Rumours about Ubisoft+ on Xbox consoles surfaced years ago but Xbox players still don't have access to this popular subscription service, which in the meantime was announced for PlayStation consoles last year.
A couple of months ago, a special "Ubisoft+" tag appeared on certain Ubisoft games in the Xbox store , suggesting that the arrival of Ubisoft+ on Xbox is imminent.
Today, we have a leak from a trusted Ubisoft leaker who goes by the name of Script , who revealed recently that Ubisoft+ will launch on Xbox sometime in mid-April 2023.
This certainly makes sense since the proof is there but until Ubisoft and Xbox officially announce the news, we suggest you take the leaks with a grain of salt, just like any other rumour or unconfirmed report.
When Ubisoft+ eventually arrives to the Xbox consoles, players will probably be able to subscribe to the service for a monthly fee, the same as Game Pass. Though, it will be interesting to see if Xbox have some sort of a deal with Ubisoft, to offer a lighter version of Ubisoft+ for Xbox Game Pass subscribers without an additional fee.
Ubisoft currently offers over 100 games for a monthly fee of $14.99. The biggest appeal of Ubisoft+ is that every Ubisoft game releases day-one on the service, similar to how Xbox Game Pass works.
Subscribers also get access to certain premium editions of games. While the price is on the high side, those who regularly enjoy Ubisoft games would certainly be happy to pay that.
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