E3 2019: Ubisoft Introduces Their Competitor To EA Access


Ubisoft just announced at E3 that it will introduce its new subscription service, dubbed Uplay+, that will be available on 3 September this year.

For an affordable fee of USD14.99 (RM63), players will be able to access a massive library of more than 100 Ubisoft titles, including newer games like The Division 2, and upcoming titles, such as Watch Dogs: Legion and Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Subscribers will also be automatically included in beta access and early access programs for upcoming titles. DLCs are also available.

To sign up for Uplay+, you can check out their website here.

This service is very similar to EA Access and PlayStation Plus, but resembles more of the former in which it offers tons of games for a recurring nominal fee. It’s a good move as players will get the chance to try out a number of triple-A titles at a fraction of the price.

Author: Syazwan Bahri

A budding writer and an avid gamer. I hunt monsters, drive race cars, and slay space gods to keep the Last City safe.

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