Ubisoft unveils the Uplay+ gaming broadcast Service



As part of the E3 Games exhibition, the renowned video game developer Ubisoft unveiled its own cloud gaming service called Uplay+ to join top companies in the industry such as Sony, Microsoft and Google.


The service comes on computers with a monthly subscription fee of US $14.99 and will include unlimited access to more than 100 game productions including the prestigious games Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell, and Beyond Good & Evil, as well as the possibility of experimenting with the first releases of new games such as Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Watch Dogs: Legion.


The company did not explain whether the subscription to this service was separate from the new Google Stadia service, especially as it would be available.


The service provides the ability to download games on the computer and play them without having to connect to the Internet. It will be available for use starting from 3 months and can be early subscription since today.


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