Following the success of the Ubisoft+ service, the French publisher is offering monthly rewards to all players who are subscribed.
Gamers can now access various subscription and streaming services, including Sony’s PlayStation Plus and Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass. Ubisoft offers the Ubisoft+ membership service, which grants gamers access to over 100 of the company’s PC titles. (Ubisoft+ used to be known as Uplay+.)
After a successful soft launch in Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden, beginning today, all global players will receive monthly rewards through the Ubisoft+ membership service on PC.
Ubisoft has released a video and a follow-up article that clarify some essential information about these modifications. Every month, the subscription service’s reward system allows gamers to redeem new incentives for their games.
Subscribed players will get access to these in-game items. They will be able to improve their gaming experience with customization items, boosters, and other goodies.
As demonstrated in the video below, you can choose rewards for popular games such as Watch Dogs Legion, The Division 2, Immortals Fenyx Rising, and others. According to the video, any Ubisoft+ incentives gained are preserved even after a users’ subscription ends.
Players may choose their first monthly prize on Ubisoft+ as soon as they sign up and earn extra monthly goodies by passing through the four reward ranks: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. In other words, the longer a player is a member of the service, the more benefits he or she will receive.
New Ubisoft+ Interface
Ubisoft+ has a new user interface design that includes regular content updates and game suggestions. This new interface is designed to make it easier for players to find major Ubisoft titles like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, The Division 2, and lesser-known titles or new Season Pass content.
Ubisoft+ now costs $4.99 a month. Gamers may cancel their subscription at any moment during the subscription month to avoid being charged the following month.