Ubisoft+ coming to PlayStation: everything we know so far


PlayStation platforms will soon get Ubisoft+, exactly like Xbox.

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A historic day for Ubisoft and Sony. To begin, Sony revealed that the redesigned PlayStation Plus service would contain 27 Ubisoft titles for download and streaming. Ubisoft+, the firm’s exclusive game subscription service, will now be available on PlayStation systems as well, the company announced.

For further information, please visit Ubisoft’s official website, but the gist is as simple as pie. Although Ubisoft+ has not yet been confirmed for PS4 and PS5, it is expected to arrive in the near future. Regular readers may recall that Ubisoft made a similar statement concerning Ubisoft+ and Xbox a few months ago.


Ubisoft+ is a membership service similar to Xbox Game Pass or the planned PS Plus Extra and Premium tiers. Aside from PC and game-streaming platforms such as Google Stadia and Amazon Luna, it is currently available. More than 100 Ubisoft games, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, and Rainbow Six Extraction, are available for $15 a month.

When it comes to pricing and game selection, Ubisoft hasn’t given any details about how their technology will work on the PlayStation 3. If you’re trying to play an older PC game by Ubisoft+, it’s conceivable that you won’t be able to. Still, we know that PlayStation consoles work well with subscription services for both streaming (PlayStation Now) and downloading (PlayStation Store) (PlayStation Plus). There isn’t much of a problem with Ubisoft+.

As a result, even before the introduction of Ubisoft+ on PlayStation, Sony fans can still play a large number of titles from Ubisoft. In North America and Europe, the new PS Plus will launch on June 13 and June 23 with 27 Ubisoft titles. It’s fantastic to see such a wide range of games on the list, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the sequel to The Crew, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Before the end of the year, Ubisoft promises a total of 50 titles on PS Plus.


When it comes to a release date for Ubisoft+ on PlayStation and Xbox, it’s not clear, but the two services might be up and running by the end of 2022. In light of the fact that Ubisoft also provides content for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Game Pass, it will be interesting to watch how users combine different subscriptions, or even if they choose for Ubisoft+ at all. New and vintage Ubisoft titles are available, but $15 a month on top of a PlayStation or Xbox subscription would put gamers’ finances on the edge.

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