The company announced some news during Ubisoft Forward 2022
Ubisoft announced this weekend during Ubisoft Forward 2022 that the service Ubisoft+ will be free for everyone for a limited time. The company aims to celebrate the third anniversary of the gaming company’s subscription service.
In this way, users will have Access to the company’s library of games on PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna until October 10. Ubisoft+ is considered by many to be the best alternative for testing Ubisoft games.
This is because it has a huge library that has more than 100 Ubisoft games. These include the latest releases of more classic games such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, Watch Dogs Legion and Rainbow Six Siege.
However, access to all of the company’s games is not just one of the advantages of the subscription service. In addition to the base version of the games, Ubisoft also allows players to try the premium versions and any other expansions that come out every year without paying extra.
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Players interested in starting a free trial of Ubisoft+ can sign up at this link. There, players will have the opportunity to check out both the main news and old games before the deadline set by the company.
Recent rumors have suggested that Ubisoft’s premium subscription service may be coming to Xbox Game Pass in some form. Without going into much detail, it is expected to partner with Microsoft to add games to the subscription service.
More news at Ubisoft Forward
At the Ubisoft Forward conference this weekend, Ubisoft revealed that it will be adding indie titles to its catalog of Ubisoft+ subscription services. The initiative started a few months ago and it seems that it will get a special boost in the coming days.
That’s because the company revealed that Nyamyam’s Astrologaster, Maitan69’s Evan’s Remains, 6 Eyes Studio’s Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark, and Gamious’ Lak will be available to users via the Ubisoft Store.
Ahead of the four new titles the company unveiled, Ubisoft+ began adding indie titles with the release of The Last Friend, an arcade-style game developed by The Stonebot. In addition, it also featured A Normal Lost Phone, a fictional game created by Random Queens.
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