During its official conference today, Ubisoft announced its new game subscription service, which will be known as Uplay+. For $14.99 a month, subscribers will be able to access every title in Ubisoft's catalog-over 100 games-as a PC download (starting September 3) and through Google's Stadia streaming service (starting in 2020).
The service doesn't launch until September 3, but Ubisoft is happy to take your credit card information now if you'd like to pre-register for a free trial (the deadline is August 15).
According to Ubisoft, Uplay+ will give subscribers access to more than 100 now existing titles, such as all available Assassin's Creed and Far Cry titles. Subscribing will allow you to play over 100 different games all from Ubisoft.
You can say what you want about Google Stadia - the company has the chance to disrupt the gaming industry and make video games more affordable for everyone.
Keep an eye out in the future as Ubisoft will likely unveil the full list of games that will be available for play via Uplay+ if you opt to subscribe.
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