With there being an ever-growing number of subscription services on offer to gamers, it's hard to know which ones offer you which games and whether or not they're worth it.
One of the most recent once is Ubisoft Plus, which is launching November 10th.
The service has been rebranded from Uplay+, and so you may have already heard about it, just in a different form.
Here's what you need to know about Ubisoft Plus.
How much does Ubisoft Plus cost?
Ubisoft plus costs $14.99 a month.
That's not a bad price as it offers you access to over one hundred Ubisoft games and even includes the big upcoming games like Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla and even Immortals Fenyx Rising.
This could save you money if you play a lot of Ubisoft games, but if you don't it could well be that you're better off avoiding the service and sticking to something like Xbox Game Pass or just not doing subscriptions at all.
You might have heard that the service is coming to a few different platforms, and that one of those is Google Stadia. Let's talk about that.
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Is Ubisoft Plus included with Stadia?
Given that Stadia has a cost you'd probably hope that Ubisoft Plus was included within it somehow.
Unfortunately, that's not the case.
If you want to use Ubisoft Plus on Google Stadia you'll need to be subscribed to both.
If that seems like it's far too much money for you then that's perfectly fine and you can just not subscribe. It's a little irksome to already be paying for one service and having to pay for another, but it's just the way ti works with so many companies doing subscriptions services now.
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