- The Ubisoft+ subscription service should also be usable on Playstation in the future.
- In addition, many more Ubisoft games will be available on Playstation Plus* in the future.
- You can also play Ubisoft games via Xbox Game Pass*.
Ubisoft+ subscription service is finally coming to Playstation. The show, which already includes more than 100 games, should also be available on Sony consoles in the future. Currently, you can only use Ubisoft+ on PC and Google Stadia.
Ubisoft + for Playstation and Xbox
In January 2022, Ubisoft announced the Xbox subscription service – but it’s still not available there. Accordingly, it is not clear when Ubisoft+ will eventually be available on Playstation.
What is Ubisoft + Service?
At Ubisoft + you will find all the games produced by the French game company Ubisoft – new releases are always added to the subscription. The cost of Ubisoft + € 15.00 per month. Players who want to use a multi-access variant, which allows the subscription to be used on multiple platforms, pay €18.00. It has not been specified whether the price will change when the Playstation and Xbox variants of the service are introduced.
Ubisoft games on PlayStation Plus
Completely independent of Ubisoft+, several Ubisoft games are set to be part of Sony’s future PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscription tiers. These include highlights such as “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla”, “For Honor” and the first part of “The Division”. At launch on May 24, it is assumed that 27 Ubisoft games will already be built into Playstation Plus, and by the end of 2022 there will be more than 50.
Ubisoft is also using this strategy at Microsoft. As for Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass*, the number of Ubisoft games is currently less: in addition to “Rainbow Six”, “Assassin’s Creed Origins” and “For Honor” will be available soon.