Ubisoft +, a service that allows its subscribers to access the video game catalog of the French company, is coming to the consoles of the Xbox family, and there is no doubt about this. The official announcement dates back to last January, although not much has moved since then.
Well, it looks like Ubisoft + will also be integrated into Xbox Game Passor at least that’s what the social managers of theUbisoft Netherlands Instagram account. In response to a comment from a follower who asked for Ubisoft + to be integrated into Xbox Game Pass, the managers of the profile replied “soon”, with a heart-eyed emoji that also lets their happiness shine through. It would be a scoop, since the information had never been confirmed, indeed Ubisoft even hastened to deny it when last January it began to circulate in the community without founded bases.
Actually, the friends of Ubisoft Netherlands they seem a bit confusedbecause when another user thanked them for the “leak”, they invited him to “google”, as if the news had been known for some time, even if, as we have just seen, it was not at all. Find the whole exchange under this postor in the screenshot that we have attached for your convenience at the bottom of this news.
Ubisoft +, for the uninitiated, is a service that allows you to access more than 100 Ubisoft titles based on a monthly fee of $ 14.99 per month, with games and DLCs available from launch day and monthly rewards such as cosmetics, power-ups and more. A very similar (and less expensive) service, EA Play, is already included with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
We do not feel we can consider the messages from Ubisoft Netherlands as an official confirmationtherefore we prefer to wait for a real press release for absolute certainty.