We’re still waiting for Ubisoft+ to come to Xbox, but insiders report that Ubisoft+ will be coming soon. Backing this up, one gamer claims to have found a “Discover Ubisoft+” box on the rewards page with the caption “Unlimited access to fan-favorite franchises and more.”
This discovery was shared on the Gaming Leaks and Rumors subreddit by u/polar_hun, supported by a commenter called u/PastryAssassinDeux.
According to the original poster, “Click [the Ubisoft+ tab] leads to an error page”, so it claims to have been deleted suddenly because it was unintentional. However, it appears to be on the backend (accidentally switched to public view) and is most likely preparing an imminent update. You can find it below. Ubisoft+ photo of Xbox linked in Reddit post.
As of now, it’s unclear how Ubisoft+ will work on Xbox. It’s bundled with PS Plus’ Extra and Premium subscriptions, so you can connect it to Game Pass. However, neither party has said this will be the case, so it’s possible that Ubisoft+ will be released as a separate subscription on Xbox, requiring you to purchase it along with Game Pass.
Xbox-focused industry insider Jez Corden previously claimed that Ubisoft+ would be coming to Xbox soon, corroborating leaks from February that revealed that Xbox OS had been updated to add a Ubisoft+ icon. Corden also clarified in a follow-up tweet asking if Ubisoft+ will be bundled with Game Pass, “not sure yet.”
We have very little idea how Ubisoft+ will work on Xbox, but we can look elsewhere for speculation. The cheapest option starts at $14.99 per month and has over 100 games. This includes Rainbow Six Siege, Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Immortals Fenyx Rising, The Division 2, and more. PS Plus Extra costs the same $14.99 as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with EA Play already included.
Ubisoft+ doesn’t add new games on day one, and usually takes time to implement the latest releases, but they usually offer discounts as well as perks like season passes. Whether this will be implemented on Xbox is another question. Right now all we can do is wait and see.
Considering the claim of “imminent” arrival, the Ubisoft+ icon being added in February, and this new discovery, it looks like we won’t be waiting any longer after all.
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