Ubisoft+ plan is now available on Xbox. 

Now Xbox users can now use Ubisoft+ to access 60 plus games on their Xbox. The subscription will cost $18/mo. and cannot be bundled with another Xbox pass. This feature is already available to Play Station players.

What is Ubisoft+

Ubisoft+ is a special gaming subscription service that gives you access to a wide selection of popular and critically acclaimed games from Ubisoft, a well-known video game company. With this subscription, you can enjoy playing the latest games on their release date, as well as classic titles from the company’s back catalog. Plus, you have the flexibility to cancel your subscription at any time, and easily resume it whenever you want.

With Ubisoft+ subscription players will be able to enjoy the games on Ubisoft connect in their PC.

How to connect Ubisoft+ to Xbox?

Players need to connect their Ubisoft account to their Micrsoft account before purchasing Ubisoft+. Once the accounts are connected, player can either purchase the Ubisoft+ subscription from their Xbox console or go to Microsoft store online. They can follow the on-screen instructions to complete the purchase.

They can then manage or cancel their subscription by going to Profile & system > Settings > Account > Subscriptions on your Xbox console, and online at Microsoft Services.

Top games on Ubisoft+

  1. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
  2. Far cry 6
  3. Watch Dogs: legion
  4. The Division 2 – Warlords of New York – Expansion
  5. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Ultimate Edition

What users have to Say

Since the announcement, Xbox users in Reddit have been continuously expression themselves on the high cost of subscription. Here is what user had to say

“You can buy like 2 Ubisoft games on sale per month at that price. Within a year you’d own the digital license for a huge chunk of the catalog for the same price as a subscription.”

Ubisoft may have to reconsider the pricing of the subscription to please the user or they might not have a winning stratergy with this.

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