Ubisoft has announced that it will bring its Ubisoft+ subscription to the PlayStation platform, and PlayStation Plus, in the future.
The new PlayStation Plus offers three membership plans to choose from, with a variety of benefits and game libraries featuring hundreds of recent and classic games to discover. Gamers can pay monthly as you go, quarterly for added savings, or get an annual membership for the best bang for your buck.
Ubisoft+ will feature more than 100 games, including the latest releases on day one, classic games, premium editions, additional content packs and rewards. Ubisoft+ is currently available on PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna, and ultimately will be available on PlayStation and Xbox.
Ubisoft also revealed that beginning May 24th, a new Ubisoft+ subscription for PlayStation Plus called Ubisoft+ Classics will launch on a rolling basis.
Ubisoft+ Classics on PlayStation is a curated selection of popular games including top-selling Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Tom Clancy’s The Division and For Honor as well as classic games like Child of Light, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, Far Cry 4, STEEP, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, The Crew 2, Trials Rising, Watch_Dogs and Werewolves Within.
Launching with up to 27 titles, the Ubisoft+ Classics catalog for PlayStation will grow to more than 50 games by the end of 2022, with more games planned in the future.
“With Ubisoft+ Classics, we’re providing PlayStation players with another way to enjoy Ubisoft games on their consoles,” said Chris Early, senior vice president of partnerships, Ubisoft.
“This is just the beginning, as we will ultimately make Ubisoft+ available to PlayStation owners as we continue to build our vision and provide players with more options to access their favorite games, whenever and wherever they are.”
Ubisoft+ Classics will be available initially bundled with the PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscription tiers and will feature standard editions of beloved Ubisoft games.
Ubisoft+ Classics will be available with PlayStation Plus on May 24th in Asia (and June 2nd in Japan), June 13th in North and South America and June 23rd in Europe.