Well, as we all know — Xbox Game Pass inducted EA Play into its wealthy library of downloadable games last month. Included in the Ultimate subscription plan for $14.99 a month, the two enormous catalogues of games collided together and formed one juicy package. And, while that may already satisfy the thirsts of many subscribers to the service; words are beginning to already spread of a potential addition to the platform.
Now, Ubisoft+ is rumoured to join the Game Pass as an extra course for the Ultimate users. Of course, as this is merely a spreading rumour, it isn’t to say that Microsoft will settle for the Ubisoft product. But, as fans have been saying on Xbox Worlds — it is one of the most talked-about topics, and these sources have often proved legitimate in the past, too.
So, what is Ubisoft+? Well, similar to the likes of Xbox Game Pass or EA Play; Ubisoft+ contains well over 100 playable games that you can download on your PC for $14.99 a month. With the likes of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion backing the frontline, it seems like a snatch at first sight. So, should Ubisoft ever merge with Xbox Game Pass, then we might just see a total incline in Microsoft players. Plus, for that sort of price, you’d be crazy not to subscribe.
Again, these really are just rumours — but we’re sticking to our guns and hoping that Xbox Game Pass will enrol Ubisoft into their portfolio sometime over 2021. In the meantime, we’ll be keeping a close eye on all streaming giants in case anything new pops up.
Don’t forget — you can still grab a 3-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1!