In the month of November, the Xbox Game Pass, in its Ultimate version, received the entire library of the EA Play service and released, for console players, access to a wide range of first-rate games. However, it looks like the year 2021 will be marked by other “major additions”.
Yeah! According to an insider’s reports, the Ubisoft + service (formerly UPlay +) will become part of the Xbox Game Pass next year. Obviously, nothing has been officially confirmed yet, but it is a statement from a source that has been right many times in the past… will we understand the whole story?
Ubisoft + on Xbox Game Pass?
It was through Twitter that the profile Idle Sloth, known for revealing a good deal of information first hand, released a tweet saying that the Ubisoft + service will be integrated into the Xbox Game Pass in 2021.
For those unfamiliar, Ubisoft + is a service that works along the same lines as EA Play, but with the difference that the games offered are part of the Ubisoft catalog, which includes many games from the Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Ghost Recon franchises. and other interesting titles.
The tweet did not give many details about how this integration will happen, but many have already started to speculate that the release of Ubisoft + could happen in the same way that happened with EA Play. That is, the service would only integrate the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
In short, as this is a rumor coming from a source that has already got it right on other occasions, we can begin to look at the movements of Microsoft and Ubisoft with greater attention. If this story is true, players enrolled in the Xbox Game Pass will have plenty of reasons to continue betting on this excellent service. To the next…
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