Ubisoft+ is Coming to Xbox, but Not Through Game Pass

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Ubisoft+ is coming to Xbox soon, giving players the chance to play hundreds of Ubisoft games through a subscription on Microsoft's console. Announced alongside Rainbow Six Extraction's launch on Xbox Game Pass, many wondered if Ubisoft+ would be available through Game Pass, but that's not the case.

When a fan asked if Ubisoft+ would be a part of Xbox Game Pass on Twitter, Ubisoft's main account clarified that it would be a separate service available on Xbox. They also promised more news about the service’s launch date soon.

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Ubisoft+ is Coming to Xbox but Not Game Pass

Fans are likely disappointed by this answer, since EA Play, another separate subscription service, is included within Game Pass Ultimate. That's allowed players to try out plenty of new games without paying for another service.

It’s unclear if future Ubisoft games will continue launching on Game Pass, or if they'll start focusing on Ubisoft+, but we should find out more soon. Xbox Game Pass is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC and, via Game Pass Ultimate, Cloud Gaming. We'll keep you informed with further developments as they come in.

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