Ubisoft announced yesterday that its subscription gaming service, Ubisoft+, to be available on Xbox consoles soon. Until now, its catalog could only be accessed through PC and Stadia, where it has a recommended price of 14.99 euros in Spain, but in the future, without a specific date, it will also be possible to subscribe to enjoy it on Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One. The question that many people asked at the time was clear: what about playstation?
From Push Square have contacted the company to ask them precisely that, if there are Chances of Ubisoft + coming to PS5 and PS4 as it will on Xbox consoles. A person acting as a spokesperson for Ubisoft has responded to the question to explain that, at the moment, the company has no plans to bring its subscription service to Sony consoles: “At this time we do not have nothing to share about it“said this spokesman.
Ubisoft + won’t integrate with Xbox Game Pass
Another detail that was revealed shortly after the announcement of the arrival of Ubisoft + to Xbox has to do with another subscription service: Xbox Game Pass. After several Rumors of a possible integration into the Microsoft service, many people asked Ubisoft if their subscription would somehow be included in Xbox Game Pass as already happened with EA Play. The response from the French company has been blunt: “Ubisoft + be a separate Xbox Game Pass subscription“, The official account of the firm on Twitter responds.
Hey! Ubisoft+ will be a separate subscription from Game Pass but keep an eye out for more news and launch dates! Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) January 5, 2022
What does this mean? That those who want to access the advantages of Ubisoft +, such as access to its entire catalog, will have to pay the monthly fee of 14,99 euros en Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC o Stadia, and that at the moment nobody will be able to subscribe on PS5 and PS4. At the moment this is all the information we have, but from Ubisoft they encourage us to wait for more news and news about the launch date.