Game subscription services are a popular option among gamers nowadays, with subscriptions from multiple AAA publishers available as alternatives over buying each game outright. Today, Ubisoft announced that its own subscription service on PC, Uplay+, is being discounted to offer users a single month at a cheaper price point than usual.
One month of Uplay+ can now be purchased for $6.99 instead of the usual $14.99. The offer is available to both new subscribers as well as existing members, though for the latter, they will need to have auto-renewals setup and the discount will kick in on the next billing date.
The discount offer is available until May 7, and it is only for a single month of access to Uplay+. Subscribers will go back to paying the normal $14.99 price afterward if automatic renewal is kept activated.
Uplay+ comes with unlimited access to over 100 Ubisoft-developed and -published titles, from the newest releases like Anno 1800 and The Division 2 to classics like the Splinter Cell and Prince of Persia series. All upcoming Ubisoft games such as Watch Dogs: Legion will be available on the service on day one too.
See the full games list by heading here, and find out in which regions is Uplay+ available as a service over here.