Ubisoft releases the full list of games coming to its Uplay+ subscription service
Look, we get it, every company wants a subscription service of its own. It’s that good money. It’s that recurring money. It makes business sense, but honestly, I’m already over all of them. It’s getting out of hand and I personally plan on not paying for any of them.
Ok, sorry, that has nothing to do with this news article, but I just needed to get that off my chest. Here’s today’s news: Ubisoft’s $15-a-month gaming subscription service that was announced during E3 this year finally has a list of games to go with it.
Cool, I guess. Check out the launch video below.
Ubisoft announces its list of games coming to Uplay+
The service is nothing surprising. You get a huge library of Ubisoft games to play at any time. The Far Cry series is available, about a million Assassin’s Creeds games are available, Watch Dogs, the classic Rainbow 6 Vegas 2. Like, you know, just a bunch of Ubisoft games.
I was going to copy/paste the full list here, but honestly, that just seems excessive. If you are interested in the full list of games, however, you can find them here.
If you are a huge Ubisoft fan, then maybe this subscription package could be worth it to you. If you are anyone else, however, most of these games go on sale all of the time (except for the brand new ones) and then you’re not stuck paying yet another monthly fee.
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