Ubisoft, which as a business has its own subscription service similar to EA Play, originally called Uplay Plus before being renamed as Ubisoft Plus earlier this year, it may soon debut on the Game pass. There Microsoft products, according to the account Twitter di Idle Sloth, May include Ubisoft Plus in its service starting in 2021. If the rumors turn out to be true, con Xbox Game Pass which already in September 2020 had over 15 million users also thanks to Bethesda, the move to add Ubisoft Plus will bring many more users, just as happened with the addition of EA Play.
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- Idle Sloth (@ IdleSloth84) December 25, 2020
The tweet details a rundown of the first 10 additions coming to Xbox. Among these, the possibility that Microsoft is ready to acquire SEGA next year, that Xbox will secure the publishing rights to a great AAA game that launches in 2021 and, apparently, Forza Horizon 5, Starfield and Wolfenstein 3 should be launched next year for Xbox consoles. However, there seems to be no certainty about any of the rumors that are listed. Even before the launch of the new generation with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S this year, the Xbox subscription service was praised by many as one of the best services for gamers; throughout the year we have seen numerous titles join the Xbox Game Pass, including Yakuza Remastered. Coinciding with the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, EA then partnered with Xbox to include EA Play in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.
EA Play is a subscription service that allows players to pay a monthly fee to access a wide range of specific titles Electronic Arts, which is now available with a Microsoft subscription only. Ubisoft therefore seems to want to follow the same path. we just have to wait until next year and see if this tempting prospect materializes.