Ubisoft Plus, a monthly subscription service offering its entire back catalogue on an all-you-can-eat basis, is expanding its audience by launching on Xbox consoles. This means players can sign up to access more than 100 Ubisoft games for $17.99 a month.
The Xbox access is available under the subscription service’s top-level Multi Access plan, which also includes Amazon Luna and Windows PC access through the Ubisoft Connect platform. Players who have previously subscribed at the Multi Access level and want to play Ubisoft games on an Xbox One or Xbox Series X simply need to connect their Xbox Live account to Ubisoft Plus.
The sub, which was launched in September 2019, is also available to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players, albeit only through PlayStation Plus’ new Extra and Premium subscription tiers. However, the pricing scheme for Ubisoft Plus is pricier than that of the top tier Microsoft service, Xbox Game Pass, which offers unlimited access to a rotating catalogue of over 100 games for $15.99 monthly.
Both Ubisoft Plus and Xbox Game Pass offer subscribers a 10% discount on in-game purchases. While Ubisoft Plus Multi Access adds support for cross-platform game saves for a number of titles, the complete cross-platform library is yet to be confirmed. According to an announcement from Ubisoft, subscribers will also have access to premium editions of upcoming releases, though it has not specified if this will include the same-day launches of new titles.