Ubisoft is launching its own subscription service called Uplay+

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In 2020, the title will be making its way to Google Stadia. Much like their video streaming cousins, game subscription services have become fairly popular - the market already includes offerings from Microsoft in the form of the Xbox Game Pass, and EA by way of Origin Access. Anyone who signs up between now and August 15 will also get free access from September 3 - 30.

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Google was quick to jump in on Ubisoft's announcement at E3 and tweeted that Uplay+ is coming to Stadia in 2020 - it's possible that Stadia launches with the subscription service on board since Uplay+ is slated to be released in September 2019, earlier than Google's streaming platform. Uplay+ is set to launch on 3 September this year, and the subscription fee will be US$14.99 (~RM62) per month, which some might argue is a bit on the steep side. So, if you've yet to play a game like Assassin's Creed Odyssey, you'll be able to join Uplay+ and play through the game and whatever DLC happens to be available for it. You'll be included in all betas, early access programs and similar offers too. Like most subscription services out there, you can cancel Uplay+ at any time, with Ubisoft confirming that your progress across the Uplay+ library will be preserved if you ever decide you want to subscribe again. Yeap, you read that right; you can go ahead and download a demo of this new F2P sports game and get an idea of what this is all about.

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