Uplay+ will be available from September 3, 2019, and on Google Stadia in 2020. However, Ubisoft does not offer any form of subscription services leading us to believe that this would be a huge announcement for their upcoming E3 2019 conference. The subscription service will also let users access upcoming games as soon as they launch, like Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and more in addition to first access to all of Ubisoft's betas and early access launches. For $14.99/month, players will have unlimited access to download more than 100 games, including new releases, the latest released games, back catalog, premium editions and additional content packs.
Ubisoft may be attempting to take on Electronic Arts in a new subscription service titled Ubisoft Pass Premium.
Traveler, License Plate Photos Stolen in US Customs & Border Protection Breach
The CBP did not say if photos of British tourists had been involved in the data breach, which involved fewer than 100,000 people. The best way to avoid these kinds of breaches, Guliani added, "is not to collect and retain such data in the first place".
Alternate Title: Ubisoft be like: Yo dawg, I heard you like subscription services, so we added a subscription service to your subscription service.
You can say what you want about Google Stadia - the company has the chance to disrupt the gaming industry and make video games more affordable for everyone. You'll be included in all betas, early access programs and similar offers too. And that's not all: the game is getting a free PC demo on Uplay that can be played over the next few days. Just be aware that, like most other trials, Uplay+'s will autobill you once it ends; so be sure to cancel ahead of time if you lose interest.