Ubisoft+ Rumored to Join Xbox Game Pass

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There's no doubt that Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass has been a successful game subscription platform. The platform kicked off in June 2017 and has grown to become one of the most valuable services gamers can buy.

Although the earlier days of Xbox Game Pass weren't amazing, the service quickly evolved and added several top-tier games, inviting players to try beta titles for just $5 a month. Over two years, Xbox Game Pass has managed to grow a commendable library of games that include some of the biggest titles in the industry.

Xbox Game Pass Isn't Just About Individual Games

Xbox Game Pass was initially said to be a subscription service. It was meant to offer access to individual games from a variety of developers. Yet things branched out differently and it favored Microsoft. Recently, Microsoft announced that the subscription service will also grant access to EA Play to anyone who purchased the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Now, rumors suggest that Ubisoft+ subscription may join the Xbox Game Pass sometime in the future.

What Is Ubisoft+?

If you're hearing about Ubisoft+ for the first time, it is Ubisoft's subscription service, just like Xbox Game Pass. The service grants access to all Ubisoft games, including new launches. For a nominal fee of $10 a month, you can gain access to the AAA titles like Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion , and Immortals Fenyx Rising.

The addition of Ubisoft+ to the Xbox Game Pass will inevitably increase the service's value drastically. It can make it one of the hottest gaming services in the market. Add Microsoft's xCloud game streaming service on top, it's like heaven for gamers who wish to enjoy gaming to the fullest while spending the least.

Xbox Game Pass is available on PC, Xbox, and Android.

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