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Uplay+ Now Available on Windows – Includes Free Trial

By on Sep 4, 2019 at 9:16 am. Filed in News under Article.

Ubisoft's subscription service is now available featuring access to over 100 games and a free trial for the month of September.

Ubisoft first announced its new Uplay+ subscription service back at E3 of this year. For a flat monthly fee, gamers will have full access to Ubisoft’s catalog of games across a variety of platforms, including Google Stadia when it launches. As of right now, Uplay+ is available on Windows PC, and early adopters will receive the remainder of September as a free trial.

UPlay+ Has Launched

Not only will Uplay+ subscribers receive access to over 100 Ubisoft games, but that list will continue to grow. Even brand new triple-A titles such as Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be included in the subscription.

Uplay+ subscribers will automatically be included in beta and early access programs for upcoming titles, including the Ghost Recon Breakpoint Closed Beta, which starts on September 5. Uplay+ subscribers will then be able to launch the full game three days early on October 1. For the full list of available games visit uplayplus.com.

“We’re committed to providing players the freedom to choose how they want to access their favorite classic, new and upcoming games from our catalog,” said Brenda Panagrossi, vice president of Platform and Product Management. “In September, PC players will have the opportunity to jump in and test out Uplay+ at no cost to experience the value for themselves.”

Uplay+ is now available on PC and will cost USD 14.99 or CAD 19.99 per month starting on October 1, 2019. Until then, you’re free to play all the Ubisoft games included in the catalog for free. Not a bad deal, if you ask me, especially given Ubisoft’s recent track record of great games, including several highly anticipated upcoming releases.

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Jan has been playing video games for nearly 30 years and been a passionate geek for the better part of his life. He's grown to become rather cranky, however, and tends to point out the things that annoy him in games more than the things he loves.

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