Ubisoft, the popular video game publisher, has reconstructed its subscription model. The company has introduced a new premium service for fans of classic games. This announcement reflects the future trend in the gaming industry that will allow gamers to choose plans based on their budgets and preferences. The Ubisoft Plus premium subscription will cost $17.99 per month as Ubisoft+ Multi-Access and PC Access have turned to Ubisoft+ Premium. This premium subscription plan will give subscribers early access to the latest games. Additionally, it will offer a new day-one release to the users, like the highly anticipated “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown,” along with exclusive editions and monthly rewards.
Ubisoft said in a blog post that the Ubisoft Premium Plus will give users access to premium editions of games from day one on platforms such as Xbox, PC, and Amazon Luna and require only one subscription to get this multi-access. Along with this, Ubisoft has also introduced a more cost-effective option, named Ubisoft+ Classics, at $7.99 per month, that will be available on PC through the Ubisoft store. The post said, “Players can subscribe to Ubisoft+ Classics, a curated selection of our most popular back-catalog games, like Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six Siege, and Watch Dogs: Legion.”
This subscription plan is specifically designed for users who want to experience the classic games by Ubisoft at a lower cost. However, this plan will not include any new releases or premium versions. This subscription encompasses access to PlayStation+ Premium members and PlayStation+ Extra and will be available at the Ubisoft store on PC.
Ubisoft’s Director of Subscriptions, Philippe Tremblay, has mentioned that the main reasons for the success of Ubisoft+ services are games like “Assassin’s Creed” and “Rainbow Six.” He also commented on the Ubisoft+ Classics plan and added, “We think it’s a strong offer at the price point, and the catalog will only grow as we keep adding games to it as time goes on, so players can discover even more of our worlds.”