All the way back in January, it was announced that the Ubisoft Plus subscription service would be coming to Xbox at some point in the future, and it looks like we're getting closer to its arrival, as a reference to it appears to have been spotted on the Microsoft Store.
This comes courtesy of well-known Microsoft Store leaker Aggiornamenti Lumia, who has simply posted an image of the Ubisoft Plus symbol, appearing to indicate that Microsoft is getting ready to launch the service relatively soon.
Unfortunately, despite what many believed at the time, Ubisoft clarified earlier this year that the Ubisoft Plus service won't be bundled with Xbox Game Pass, so you'll need to pay a separate fee if you want to get access to the tens, if not 100+ games that will be included with it on console. On PC, Ubisoft+ allows you to play even the most recent games from the company (like Far Cry 6 and Riders Republic) for a fee of £12.99 / $14.99 per-month.
There's still no word on how much Ubisoft+ will cost on Xbox just yet.
We've seen a notable increase of Ubisoft games hitting Xbox Game Pass lately, so it looks like the company is subtly trying to boost interest in its older titles ahead of the big Ubisoft+ launch on Xbox. Shouldn't be long now, then!
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