Ubisoft+ is set to join Xbox Game Pass in 2021, bringing a whole host of new titles to the popular game streaming service.
If you have an Xbox but have never tried out the Xbox Game Pass, then you probably. For just a small monthly sum (which you can cancel anytime), you can get access to a library of games, ranging from all different styles and genres.
Go back in time and play the classic Fable trilogy, or jump into a game of PUBG with your friends - either way, there are about 200 games at any given time for you to sink your teeth into.
Despite the extensive list of already-playable games, earlier this year Microsoft announced they would be partnering with EA to include EA Play into the Xbox Game Pass subscription, bringing a whole host of new titles such as FIFA and Madden to the service.
Xbox Game Pass users are undoubtedly spoiled, but according to latest plans, there's going to be even more coming in 2021 - and it's all going to be from the land of Ubisoft.
Should Ubisoft+ head to Xbox Game Pass, it'll include a lot more of the publisher's core titles, such as Assassin's Creed, Watch Dogs, and Far Cry series. Just those three alone bring a whole host of gameplay, but in case that didn't entice you enough, let me remind you of some Ubisoft classics:
- Complete Tom Clancy Collection
- Immortals Fenyx Rising
- The Anno Series
- The Settlers
- Rayman Legends
- South Park: The Stick Of Truth
- Prince Of Persia
There's tons more currently available to check out on the Ubisoft+ website, so if you're interested to know in what could be coming to Xbox Game Pass should the rumours turn out to be true, then click on the full list here.
Now, before we get too carried away, it's important to remember that at this moment in time Ubisoft joining Xbox Game Pass IS just a rumour, but as with all rumours there never tends to be smoke without fire, so we'll have to keep our eyes peeled for more information about the partnership we've been dreaming for. All the Ubisoft titles for just £10.99 a month? Hell yeah!
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