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E3 2019: Uplay+ Is Ubisoft Subscription, With New Releases Like Ghost Recon Breakpoint And Watch Dogs Legion

Plus, premium versions and DLC all included.

During its E3 2019 press conference, Ubisoft announced a new PC subscription service that will give unlimited access to its catalog of games, including new releases. The Uplay+ premium subscription will launch in September, but signing up early will get you a month free.

The Uplay+ subscription will cost $15 per month. It will include a catalog of more than 100 games, along with their premium editions and add-on content. Members will also automatically be enrolled in beta and early access programs. The catalog will include recent games like The Division 2 and Assassin's Creed Odyssey, back-catalog games like Beyond Good & Evil and Heroes of Might and Magic, and even this fall's new releases: Watch Dogs Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and Rainbow Six Quarantine.

E3 2019 Conference Schedule

Uplay+ will launch on September 3, and signing up before August 15 will get you a free trial period through September 30. During that time you'll be able to participate in the Breakpoint closed beta to launch on September 5. If you stay subscribed, you'll get access to the Breakpoint Ultimate Edition on October 1--three days before the game's official launch.

Uplay+ is launching only on PC in North America and Europe, but will expand to Google Stadia in 2020.

For more from E3 2019, check out our full press conference schedule to follow along with all the remaining presentations and see the announcements live.

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