Ubisoft+ subscription services may land on the Xbox platform next month
Last year, when Ubisoft officially announced that “Rainbow Six Extraction” would debut on Xbox Game Pass, it was confirmed that their subscription service would be launched on Xbox, demonstrating a significant collaboration between Ubisoft and Microsoft. Subsequently, Ubisoft clarified that their service would not be included with Xbox Game Pass memberships like EA Play, requiring an additional fee. In January of this year, rumors circulated that Ubisoft+ would soon arrive on Microsoft’s Xbox platform, though no specific date was given.
Recently, insiders have revealed that Ubisoft’s “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora” will soon be available for pre-order, with Ubisoft+ likely launching on the Xbox platform in mid-April. According to this information, there is now less than a month remaining, but neither Ubisoft nor Microsoft has officially confirmed this. As Ubisoft’s financial situation has deteriorated over the past few years, swiftly expanding its platform to increase revenue is a sensible strategy, and its games have already begun returning to the Steam platform.
Ubisoft+ has already been introduced to the PlayStation platform through Sony’s PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers. Chris Early, Ubisoft’s Senior Vice President of Partnerships, stated that Ubisoft+ Classics offers PlayStation players another way to enjoy Ubisoft games on their consoles.
Currently, the Ubisoft+ Classics library on PlayStation Plus features various “Assassin’s Creed” and “Far Cry” series titles. If the service arrives on the Xbox platform, these games are expected to be included as well. Ubisoft has expressed its commitment to continue building upon its vision, providing players with more options to access their favorite games, regardless of location.