The reports of Ubisoft+ being tied into another video game subscription service were true. The only difference is that Ubisoft+ isn't headed to the Xbox Game Pass. Instead, Ubisoft is bringing its subscription service to PS Plus.
As part of the PS Plus library reveal, Ubisoft confirmed that it's working together with Sony to integrate Ubisoft+ into the rebranded PS Plus.
However, Ubisoft isn't bringing the entire Ubisoft+ catalog as part of the partnership. To start, Ubisoft+ will add 27 games to PS Plus with 23 more coming before 2023.
Here's a complete list of all the Ubisoft+ Classics bundled with the Extra and Premium tier:
- Assassin's Creed Valhalla
- For Honor
- The Crew 2
- Child of Light
- Eagle Flight
- Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
- Far Cry 3 Remaster
- Far Cry 4
- Legendary Fishing
- Risk: Urban Assault
- South Park: The Fractured But Whole
- South Park: The Stick of Truth
- Space Junkies
- Star Trek: Bridge Crew
- Starlink: Battle for Atlas
- The Crew
- The Division
- Trackmania Turbo
- Trials Fusion
- Trials of the Blood Dragon Game
- Trials Rising
- Valiant Hearts: The Great War
- Watch Dogs
- Werewolves Within
Ubisoft+ 🤝 PlayStation
Ubisoft+ is Coming to PlayStation! Stay tuned for more news in the future.
In the meantime, introducing 'Ubisoft+ Classics', bringing 27 games to PlayStation Plus from May 24.
Get the details:
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) May 16, 2022
The most interesting part of Ubisoft+ Classics' announcement is that the company plans to bring the full Ubisoft+ service to PlayStation consoles.
As per Ubisoft executive, Chris Early, the introduction of the Ubisoft+ Classics catalog "is just the beginning, as we will ultimately make Ubisoft+ available to PlayStation owners as we continue to build our vision and provide players with more options to access their favorite games, whenever and wherever they are".
Speaking of Ubisoft, the French publisher has had an eventful past couple of weeks. After reporting that Ubisoft will hold a massive video game showcase by June, we found out that Ubisoft is working on a Fortnite-like game, Project Q. In addition, Ubisoft has handed the development of the Prince of Persia Remake to Ubisoft Montreal. Finally, the long-docked pirate game, Skull and Bones, is reportedly set to launch before April 2023.