Ubisoft have decided to rebrand their Uplay+ subscription service as Ubisoft+ and will eventually be adding multiplatform support, Amazon Luna and Google Stadia included.
The company had previously announced that the Uplay branding is going bye-bye, as Uplay and Ubisoft Club reward programs are being packaged together and rebranded as Ubisoft Connect.
As for Ubisoft+, the service will still go for $14.99 per month and offer more than 100 of the studio's titles. And that's not the end of it.
Namely, the company announced support for Amazon Luna and Google Stadia, which will come at no extra cost. Luna's beta testing will start on November 10, 2020. Stadia's testing timeline is a bit hazier, but Ubisoft did say they expect it before the end of the year.
"This beta period with Stadia and Amazon Luna is just the beginning. We’re excited to offer subscribers the chance to check out the premium editions of our fall lineup so they can pick up and play across multiple platforms, all with one subscription", the company said.
Stadia and Luna will come with day one support for cross-platform progression in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. In other words, you can keep switching platforms and still keep your progress saved, which is a pretty nice touch.
There's a lot happening over at Ubisoft, as the studio also announced a deal with Netflix for more than one Assassin's Creed show.
The deal with Netflix is for live-action, animated and anime shows based on Assassin's Creed, with the first one being the live-action show. They will join other Ubisoft's IPs like Splinter Cell and The Division. You can learn more about them here .