Google Stadia will add support for Ubisoft’s Uplay Plus service in 2020

Yolanda Curtis
June 11, 2019

Ubisoft's subscription service has finally been announced and titled: Uplay+.

Following leaks from last week, Roller Champions has just been confirmed at Ubisoft's E3 2019 conference - and even though it's now slated for release in early 2020 (according to Ubisoft), you can play today by downloading a time-limited trial from Uplay.

Uplay+ will run $14.99 per month, which grants access not only to Ubisoft's games, but also premium edition content and DLC.

Keep an eye out in the future as Ubisoft will likely unveil the full list of games that will be available for play via Uplay+ if you opt to subscribe.

Not only will subscribers have access to over 100 titles right now, but they'll also have access to upcoming games like Watch Dogs Legion and Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Uplay+ launches this September; those who sign up now will get access to a free month. Much like their video streaming cousins, game subscription services have become fairly popular - the market already includes offerings from Microsoft in the form of the Xbox Game Pass, and EA by way of Origin Access.

Ubisoft's move continues the fragmentary subscription battle playing out across the game industry. Just be aware that, like most other trials, Uplay+'s will autobill you once it ends; so be sure to cancel ahead of time if you lose interest.

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