Ubisoft Plus is not coming to PlayStation anytime soon


By Ray Ampoloquio January 5, 2022

With roughly around 13.5 million units already sold compared to the Xbox Series S/X's combined total of around 8 million units, it's safe to say that the PS5 is winning.

However, when it comes to partnerships struck, it appears that Microsoft is leaps and bounds ahead of Sony.

Now, Ubisoft has confirmed that its subscription service is headed to the Xbox Game Pass sometime in the future.

Because of Microsoft's commitment to expanding its games library, the Xbox Game Pass has an ever-growing list of titles.

For January, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get Rainbow Six: Extraction at launch as well as 2015's Rainbow Six Siege.

Ubisoft also announced its very own subscription service, Ubisoft Plus, will make its way to Xbox consoles.

Unfortunately, according to Pushsquare, the publisher has no plans "to share about other platformers at this time."

It's clear that PlayStation owners are getting the short end of the stick here.

If Extraction becomes as big as it is with the help of the partnership between Microsoft and Ubisoft, it might just force Sony to roll out Project Spartacus.

Hopefully, Sony has something up its sleeves outside of exclusives for 2022.