Ubisoft officially reveals the full list of games coming to Uplay+

Ubisoft has revealed the full list of games coming to Uplay+, its subscription service, on its September 3rd launch for PC. As the press release reads, for 14,99€/month, players will have unlimited access to download more than 100 games, including new releases, the latest released games, back catalog, premium editions and additional content packs.

Players who sign up for Uplay+ now will be able to access a free trial of Uplay+ from September 3rd to September 30th, which includes access to the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint closed beta on September 5th.

Brenda Panagrossi, VP of platform and product management, said:

“The value of Uplay+ is that you not only get access to our catalog of more than 100 games and DLC, but you also will be able to enjoy our upcoming releases. Uplay+ subscribers will be able to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Watch Dogs Legion premium editions.** Couple that with upcoming games like Gods & Monsters and Rainbow Six Quarantine, Uplay+ is packed with new releases in the first 12 months for only 14,99€/month.”

Uplay+ allows you to download games directly to your PC, and will launch on September 3rd. At launch, the service will include more than 40 premium editions, meaning players will not only get the base game, but also additional content, expansions, and DLC. That includes all 48 Operators for Rainbow Six Siege, and of course, all 18 assassins from across the Assassin’s Creed franchise.

The following games will be available on Uplay+ at launch on September 3:

The following games are confirmed and will be available following the launch of Uplay+:

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