The Xbox Store has been hit with clues suggesting that it may not be long before the Ubisoft Plus subscription comes to Microsoft consoles as well. Such plans were originally announced almost exactly a year ago.
As a Twitter user nicknamed MauroNL pointed out, some Ubisoft productions available on the Xbox Store have been marked with the “Free” tag, even though they are, for the moment, as paid productions.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Far Cry 6 or The Division 2, among others, have been marked in this way – that is, the titles available for free to subscribers of the French publisher’s service.
Commenting on the post, internet users point out that a Developer_Direct conference has already been announced for January 25, where we’ll see new information and announcements about Microsoft and Bethesda launches. It may be at this event that Microsoft will announce details about Ubisoft Plus.
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— MauroNL (@MauroNL3) January 11, 2023
Comments are also being made that perhaps basic subscription access will in time be incorporated into Game Pass subscriptions – as is the case with EA Play.
Although this would certainly be an extremely beneficial offer for current Game Pass holders and a way to attract new users, at this point there is no information that the two companies are preparing for such a step.
Let’s recall that as part of the Ubisoft Plus service, the user gets access to more than 100 titles from the French publisher, together with selected (sometimes all) DLC expansions and further productions added to the catalog on the day of release.