EA's Origin Access and Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass for PC now has a new contender, as right on schedule Ubisoft has launched Uplay+, its own take on game subscription programs. The service comes in at $14.99 per month holding on to over a hundred Ubisoft-developed and published games on PC, including almost all of its latest releases.
To see a complete list of games available on the platform, head over here. Note that these games will also be the premium or complete editions, coming with all of the DLC and expansions they have received over their lifetimes.
According to Ubisoft, Uplay+ is offering over 4000 hours of single-player experiences, both modern and classic. Adding to that, upcoming games of the company will be added to the service at launch, including Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Watch Dogs Legion, with guaranteed entry to any beta and early access programs.
Note that there is a large number of countries and regions where the service will not be available. The company has listed them over here. Also, while it was confirmed originally, Anno 1800 won't be part of the subscription program for now, with Ubisoft pulling the game only hours before the Uplay+ launch citing technical issues. No date has yet been given as to when can users expect to receive the city-building strategy title.
While there seem to be some issues signing up to the service due to load, the subscription can be accessed by going through the Ubisoft Store. The company is currently offering the first month for free to those who sign up with a valid payment method. Just remember that keeping the subscription beyond the free trial - which ends on October 1 - will automatically charge $14.99 for the next month.