Ubisoft details the games it'll include in its Uplay+ subscription

Ubisoft reveals full Uplay+ games lineup

Ubisoft reveals full Uplay+ games lineup

In context: Ubisoft's bid to break into the subscription service model of gaming is picking up steam as its launch date draws near. Every Prince of Persia post-Sands of Time is here, as are The Settlers 1-7, the South Park games, both Watch Dogs titles, a massive selection of Tom Clancy-branded titles, and every main series Assassin's Creed title.

Back at E3 2019, Ubisoft revealed its plans to begin offering a subscription service of its own, joining other companies like Microsoft and Electronic Arts. The list of games not only includes new games like Trials Rising, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, and Far Cry: New Dawn, but also yet-to-be-released ones like Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six: Quarantine and Gods & Monsters.

Check out more in the trailer above, or the full games list below. Now Ubisoft has shared a full list of titles that will be available at launch of the service, and it currently includes 108 games. There are even retro classics like the Rayman and Might and Magic series. These will be premium editions of the games including all expansions and extra content. "Game list and final edition (s) subject to change".

Fed's Powell doubles down on rate cut signal
He said the argument for a rate cut, which is widely expected by investors this year, does not mean the Fed was on track for further cuts.

"The value of Uplay+ is that you not only get access to our catalog of more than 100 games and DLC, but you also will be able to enjoy our upcoming releases". Similarly, almost the entire Splinter Cell series is here - except for Pandora Tomorrow, leaving you to jump from the first game to the third. Compare that to a competing subscription service like PlayStation Now, which has over 600 titles from many different publishers for only $5 more per month.

Uplay+ is still a little while out, as it won't be launching until September 3rd.

Recommended News

  • Feds end investigation into Trump Org and hush money payments

    Feds end investigation into Trump Org and hush money payments

    District Judge William Pauley in a filing on Monday that the probe was over, according to an order issued by the judge Wednesday. Alan Futerfas, an attorney for the Trump Organization , said he was reviewing the judge's order and declined further comment.
    International Court of Justice suspends Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death penalty

    International Court of Justice suspends Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death penalty

    India based its case on two broad issues - breach of Vienna Convention on consular access and the process of resolution. He also argued that Pakistan had made three attempts to derail proceedings in the ICJ, all of which failed.
    U.S. Housing Starts Declined 0.9% in June

    U.S. Housing Starts Declined 0.9% in June

    Multifamily permits accounted for the entire decline, plummeting 16.8% to a 407,000-unit pace, its slowest since 2016. Permits have been weak this 12 months, with a lot of the decline concentrated within the single-family housing phase.
  • Iowa Official Ousted After Bombarding Staffers With Tupac Obsession

    Iowa Official Ousted After Bombarding Staffers With Tupac Obsession

    Apparently, Foxhoven's final email told his fellow employees to mark Tupac's birthday by listening to his music over the weekend. Foxhoven's ouster came amid multiple controversies involving the agency, which has a almost $7 billion annual budget.
    The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss accused of attacking wife

    The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss accused of attacking wife

    Fleiss allegedly told his wife, "If you have an abortion, then we can just go back to the way we were". She alleges that Fleiss became enraged after learning about her second pregnancy.
    Beyoncé reveals African collaborators for new album The Lion King

    Beyoncé reveals African collaborators for new album The Lion King

    Beyoncé who talked about the 14-track album explains what went into picking the performers and the theme for the album. The soundtrack was produced by Queen Bey herself where she incorporates several African artists.
  • Warrant issued for Desmond Harrison, released by Cardinals

    Warrant issued for Desmond Harrison, released by Cardinals

    He spent three years off the field before playing for West Georgia in 2017, where he earned an invitation to the 2018 Senior Bowl. Harrison started the first eight games of 2018 for the Browns, but he was benched for the second half of the season.
    New Emojis Are On The Way

    New Emojis Are On The Way

    And when hanger hits, foodies will now be able to send emojis of waffles, butter, garlic and falafel. Those include a guide/service dog, wheelchairs, a hearing aid, prosthetic limbs and more.
    'El Chapo' Drug Lord Sentenced To Life In US Prison

    'El Chapo' Drug Lord Sentenced To Life In US Prison

    He repeatedly lamented the conditions of his detention via his attorneys - notably that his windowless cell is constantly lit. He thanked his family for giving him "the strength to bear this torture that I have been under for the past 30 months".
  • Here's what the partial lunar eclipse looked like over Kent

    Here's what the partial lunar eclipse looked like over Kent

    At that occurrence, the new moon blocked a hundred percent of the Sun for a few minutes as seen from parts of Argentina and Chile. Unfortunately, North America will not be able to see the eclipse as it occurs during the daytime with the moon below the horizon.
    Enes Kanter takes hilarious swipe at Kyrie Irving in first Celtics presser

    Enes Kanter takes hilarious swipe at Kyrie Irving in first Celtics presser

    Boston also ended up with Enes Kanter , a solid offensive big man and well-known troll. The Celtics recovered and ended up with Kemba Walker, who isn't exactly a bad Plan B.
    Recorded drug deaths in Scotland 'highest in EU'

    Recorded drug deaths in Scotland 'highest in EU'

    It means the death toll taken by drugs in Scotland is the worst in Europe and three times the UK-wide rate. The figure is 27% higher than the previous year, and the highest since records began in 1996.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.