Ubisoft is generous. For you, this means that you can play many games. (Image source: Ubisoft)
Almost every major games publisher is now trending toward their own subscription service. Ubisoft is no exception. Now you can even play games like Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Watch Dogs for free. If you’re fast enough.
Ubisoft is giving away its own subscription service
Ubisoft currently offers its own subscription service Ubisoft+ free of charge. Until October 10th you can play numerous PC games without having to pay a single cent. According to Ubisoft itself more than 100 games included in the service. This includes new releases from day one, premium editions, DLCs and more exclusive rewards.
After October 10, however, Ubisoft wants your money. PC access for Ubisoft+ costs 14.99 euros per month. The multi-access, with which you can gamble on any PC, tablet or mobile device via cloud gaming, is even more expensive at 17.99 euros per month. Also, caution is advised. You have to cancel the subscription manually if you don’t want to pay for the service after the free trial period. According to the official website, you can cancel Ubisoft+ at any time (source: Ubisoft).
Ubisoft celebrates 15 years of Assassin’s Creed. You can watch a recap of the series here:
Assassin’s CreedFar Cry and more for free
With Ubisoft+ you have an impressive selection of PC games at your disposal. Among them are of course Ubisoft classics like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6 or Watch Dogs Legion. All three games also come in deluxe or ultimate editions. Over the weekend, Ubisoft also announced a whole raft of new games in the Assassin’s universe. This also includes a location that fans have been waiting for for ages.
If you’d rather build something, you can go up instead Anno 1800 or the Settlers series games To fall back on. You probably won’t be able to play them all in a month, but there’s no harm in trying.