Xbox, which recently added EA Play to Xbox Game Pass, is now considering incorporating Ubisoft Plus into the system.
These days, when game prices are discussed, subscription services such as Xbox Game Pass and EA Play come to the fore, where we can access many games with a monthly subscription fee. The most notable of these services in particular is Xbox Game Pass. As you know, the system, which has been in the spotlight recently with Bethesda games, has also incorporated the EA Play service in recent months. Thus, another important claim was made today regarding Game Pass, which also offers popular games such as FIFA, Battlefield and Need For Speed to its subscribers. Ubisoft Plus can be added to the Xbox Game Pass service, according to VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb.
Jeff Grubb, a trusted figure in the gaming industry, said microsoft is in talks to add Ubisoft+, Ubisoft’s monthly subscription service, to Xbox Game Pass. Thus, the company aims to offer Ubisoft-made games to its subscribers and also aims to significantly increase console sales with this move.
For now, it is not known how Ubisoft will respond to this offer. However, a price increase for the Game Pass subscription is also expected following a possible deal. Of course, it’s worth noting that this is all just a rumor. However, many sources considering Xbox’s EA Play move think Ubisoft Plus could also come to Game Pass.