Microsoft and Ubisoft announce a partnership that will usher Ubisoft+ into the already rich offering of subscription services available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
For those who follow us, we remind you of that Ubisoft Plus It is a service that provides access (for now only on PC) to a catalog of more than 100 games developed or produced by the French company. Ubisoft+ members can play ‘free’ caliber games Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six Siege, Riders Republic, Immortals Fenyx Rising e Just Dance.
In announcing the arrival of Ubisoft Plus into the ecosystem of subscription services for Xbox consoles, both Ubisoft and Microsoft prefer to defer any further details of the terms of this Agreement to a later moment, which, we assume, will gradually allow Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Access to some of the most representative titles from European publishers and the developer’s game library.
It will be the first title that will open this new synergy between the French gaming company and the American tech giant rainbow six extract, Survival and post-pandemic from the popular co-op shooter Rainbow Six Siege (also available for several months on Game Pass). Since launch, therefore, Rainbow Six Extraction will be available on Game Pass.