Ubisoft announced that its subscription service, which was originally called UPlay+, has been renamed Ubisoft+, and it will land on Amazon Luna on November 10, and then launch on Google Stadia. The service will be available in Beta form on two cloud gaming platforms at launch, and will enable gamers to access more than 100 games, including premium versions and AAA-level games, for a monthly price of US$14.99 (approximately Rs 1,100). For example, “Watch Dogs: Legion” and “Assassin’s Creed”. . Interestingly, the service will first enter the relatively new Amazon Luna (Amazon’s cloud gaming service), and then Stadia.
Ubisoft shared on its official website that UPlay+ is now Ubisoft+, and it will enter the beta version of Amazon Luna on November 10. After going offline, the subscription service will enter Google Stadia. The post on the website says that Ubisoft+ subscribers will have to request and receive an invitation from Amazon Luna and link their accounts. The price of the subscription service is still $14.99 and will give players access to the game library, which includes major games such as “Watchmen: Legion”, “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” and “Immortal Fenix Rising”.
Ubisoft said that Ubisoft+ will be multi-platform, which means that in theory players will be able to launch games on Amazon Luna and continue to play on Stadia in the future. However, this will work on some compatible games, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be one of them.
The service will launch a beta version for Luna and Stadia before the end of this year. In addition, players can use Ubisoft+ through the free version of Stadia without investing in Stadia Pro.
Amazon Luna announced last month. The monthly price of Luna is US$6 (about 400 rupees), which is the entry price. Like Stadia, Luna allows players to play their favorite games on a variety of devices, including mobile phones, Fire TV, and personal computers.
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