Ubisoft announced today that its Uplay+ subscription service has been rebranded to Ubisoft+. It will launch on Nov. 10 and span across multiple platforms. The beta will start on Amazon Luna and arrive later on Google Stadia.
PC subscribers of Ubisoft+ will enjoy access to over 100 games (including in “premium editions” where applicable), including the latest releases such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Immortals Fenyx Rising, for $14.99 a month. Players who receive an invitation to Amazon Luna will be able to link their accounts to the Ubisoft+ service, and no other fees are charged during the beta besides the initial $14.99.
Once Ubisoft+ launches on Google Stadia, players can use the same subscription to access their Ubisoft games. Additionally, players can sign up for Ubisoft+ through the free version of Google Stadia and will not be required to pay for Stadia Pro.
Cross-platform progression is enabled through Amazon Luna and Google Stadia in some games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, where players can resume their progress across multiple devices at any time and any place.
Last week, Ubisoft announced Ubisoft Connect, an ecosystem that grants cross-save progression for console and PC players. It is compatible with the publisher’s upcoming releases as well.