Ubisoft detailed a new subscription program for PC, Uplay Plus, which will give players access to brand-new Ubisoft games on launch. The service also offers access to premium DLC and other extra content, including premium editions, for only $14.99 each month.
This includes new releases later this year, such as Watch Dogs: Legion and Ghost Recon Breakpoint, along with existing Ubisoft games; the publisher said 100 games will be available at launch. To get people in the door, however, Ubisoft is announcing free access, for a limited time, for those who sign up over the next two months (and supply a valid debit or credit card).
Subscribers will also automatically be entered into Ubisoft-related betas and early access programs. “With Uplay Plus, you can download games directly to your PC, meaning that you can play offline-enabled games without connecting to the internet,” Ubisoft continues.
In addition to PC platforms, Uplay Plus will also be available on Google Stadia in 2020, Ubisoft says.