Back in January of last year, Ubisoft confirmed that its subscription service, Ubisoft+, would eventually be coming to Xbox consoles at some point in the future, bringing its full catalogue of games to potential subscribers. Since then, there have been little to no updates regarding the same- though that could soon change.
That’s as per @ScriptLeaksR6 on Twitter, who has often accurately leaked Ubisoft-related information in the past (including the existence of Assassin’s Creed Mirage prior to its announcement). In a recent tweet, the leaker claimed that Ubisoft+ will launch for Xbox consoles in “mid-April”. Interestingly, the service’s logo was discovered in the Xbox Store backend as far back as August last year, suggesting that its launch for Microsoft’s platform has been in the works for some time.
Of course, if Ubisoft+ is indeed coming to Xbox in the next couple of weeks as this latest leak claims, one would assume that an official announcement for the same will be made in the near future. Whether the service ends up getting packaged with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate the way EA Play is remains to be seen.
Interestingly, @ScriptLeaksR6 has recently also leaked pre-order information on Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, in addition to a gameplay screenshot for the first person open world title.
Ubisoft+ launches for Xbox mid April
— Script (@ScriptLeaksR6) March 22, 2023
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