Uplay+ is Ubisoft's New Game Subscription Service for PC, Set to Launch in September

Ubisoft is the next publisher that will be offering its library of games via a subscription model starting later this year.

During today’s Ubisoft press conference taking place alongside E3 2019 in Los Angeles, the publisher announced that it will soon start offering its own game subscription program.

Uplay+ is the name of this new service that Ubisoft is establishing and it’s set to arrive in September of this year, exclusively for PC. Subscribing will allow you to play over 100 different games all from Ubisoft. It will cost you $14.99 per month to subscribe to the platform, which by comparison to other subscription services, seems a bit high.

While Uplay+ will only be landing on PC in 2019, Ubisoft does have plans to bring it elsewhere. As part of its partnership with Google, Ubisoft also announced today that it will be bringing Uplay+ to Stadia at some point in 2020. Further information on a specific window in the year in which it’ll be arriving wasn’t announced.

Keep an eye out in the future as Ubisoft will likely unveil the full list of games that will be available for play via Uplay+ if you opt to subscribe.

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Logan Moore is the Managing Editor around these parts and enjoys the video game Super Mario Odyssey.

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