Ubisoft reveals the 108 games available to Uplay+ subscribers

Ubisoft reveals full Uplay+ games lineup

Ubisoft reveals full Uplay+ games lineup

Curiously, whereas Ubisoft has had latest success with numerous its main multiplatform video games, it attributed the PC surge primarily to the power of the technique sport Anno 1800.

Announced during the last edition of the Entertainment Electronic Expo in Los Angeles, Uplay + is the new subscription service with which Ubisoft will try to follow in the wake of Xbox Game Pass, Origin and other similar increasingly widespread proposals within the videogame industry. Now Ubisoft has shared a full list of titles that will be available at launch of the service, and it currently includes 108 games. Its UPlay Plus subscription is going to be one of the more robust collections, with more than 40 games available at launch, including the entire back catalogs from series like Assassin's Creed, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, and Far Cry. New games will be added to the service over time too, like Ghost Recon: Breakpoint in October and Watch Dogs Legion in March 2020.

In addition to granting access to Ubisoft's existing library of games, it'll also let subscribers play new games as they're released. For more details on the expansions and the original Assassin's Creed Odyssey game jump over to the official Ubisoft website.

"The 34 percent was pushed by Anno, which is a PC-specific game, but even with that launch, we had a very good performance on PC overall", Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said during an investors call.

Guillemot explained that the game leverages the "proven gameplay of the critically acclaimed Rainbow Six Siege: Outbreak", and it's a full-fledged PvE co-op experience complementing Siege's PvP.

Uplay+ is still a little while out, as it won't be launching until September 3rd. Compare that to a competing subscription service like PlayStation Now, which has over 600 titles from many different publishers for only $5 more per month.