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Stadia: Subscription service compatible with other subscriptions

Stadia: Subscription service compatible with other subscriptions

- While E3 2019 officially kicks off on June 11, video publishers have pre-loaded the conference with new titles, trailers, and services. What games would you most like to play with this? The latest to join the bandwagon is Ubisoft, the developer of popular titles like Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Just Dance, Prince of Persia, and Tom Clancy's.

UPlay+ mirrors Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass and EA's Origin Access for PC and EA Access for console. That's the flagship title launching with Uplay+, and while it won't be out until October 4, subscribers can expect beta access for Breakpoint just a couple days after the service launches (early access is another perk of subscribing). The deal is if you give Ubisoft $14.99 per month, you will get access to the "deluxe edition" versions of all Ubisoft titles, including brand new releases when they launch.

Uplay+ is launching only on PC in North America and Europe, but will expand to Google Stadia in 2020. However, as part of the service, all DLC is included, so you won't have to worry about being segmented off from primary post-launch content of games. Plus, you can cancel your Uplay+ subscription at any point.

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It seems like all companies are trying to create their own sub-based service these days, alongside all on their own platforms.

Ubisoft's plan is far more expensive than rival services. It will cost $14.99 a month and we've yet to hear if there will be a discount for those who sign up for multiple months or a year long membership.

Chief among them are Ubisoft's newest releases.