These days everyone is getting in on the "Games as a subscription" service, there's EA access, PS Now and Xbox Game Pass, now Ubisoft wants a piece of that pie.
Uplay+ for PC launches in September, to celebrate its launch its going to be free for almost a month, Ubisoft are hoping this will get people hooked on their service which will be charged at £13/$15 per month.
New titles such as Watch Dogs Legion will be available on the Uplay+ when the games enter early access.
Instant access to over 100 top Ubisoft games sounds good and if you generally buy 3-4 Ubisoft titles in a year at launch then this service could save you some money and give you more games.
Currently there are no options to subscribe for a year with a discount, hopefully at some point, that would make it even better value.
There's also no news on if subscribers will receive a discount if they choose to purchase a game that's included in Ubisoft Access.
Some games will even include DLC/premium versions.
Sadly Uplay is for PC only at the moment, with Stadia support coming next year, hopefully it may make its way to consoles.
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