Ubisoft has kicked off a pretty cool promotion that lets PC gamers check out dozens of the studio’s most popular games for free for a limited time. Announced during today’s Ubisoft Forward stream, Ubisoft+ is free to use until October 10. This means that for the next month, fans can play games from franchises like Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed and Ghost Recon without spending a penny.
PC gamers can download Ubisoft Connect, a dedicated game launcher, to start playing. You must sign up for a Ubisoft+ account and enter a payment method. If you do not cancel your free trial by October 10th, your subscription will automatically renew and you will be charged. Ubisoft provides a free trial for the Multi-Access tier, which costs $18 per month. The PC Access tier is $15 per month.
During the free trial, you also have access to Ubisoft games via cloud streaming on Google Stadia and Amazon Luna.
If you’re not familiar with Ubisoft+, it’s a game subscription service that focuses exclusively on Ubisoft titles (obviously). Like Electronic Arts’ EA Play Pro subscription, Ubisoft+ subscribers can play new games on day one. Ubisoft’s big Fall 2022 release is Skull & Bones, but the naval battle adventure won’t be available until November 8, so you’ll need to be a paid subscriber to play it on Ubisoft+.
Along with brand new releases, Ubisoft+ features more than 100 games from the studio’s back catalog, including every Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed title, as well as games from series that haven’t been active recently, including Splinter Cell and Rayman.
Be sure to give Ubisoft+ a try before the promotion ends on October 10th. Ubisoft+ is just one of the many subscription services out there for gamers. If you’re considering signing up for a service, be sure to check out our best roundup of game subscription services, which includes options for consoles, PC, and mobile.
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