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Ubisoft+ might finally be coming to Xbox

Back in January, Ubisoft announced it would bring its Ubisoft+ subscription service to the Xbox platform. Seven months have passed since then, and we are still waiting for Ubisoft+ to arrive, but new evidence suggests launch is just around the corner.

Twitter user @ALumia_Italia is known for datamining and sharing interesting updates from Microsoft's store servers. By scavenging those servers, the leaker has previously found early information on new apps, games, feature updates and more. Recently, he found a newly uploaded logo for Ubisoft+, indicating that the team is preparing the Xbox Store for the new subscription service.

Currently, Ubisoft+ allows access to all of the publisher's titles, including brand new releases and DLCs, for $14.99/£12.99/€14.99 per month. However, the service is only available on PC and cloud streaming services.

Ubisoft is also planning on bringing a version of Ubisoft+ to PlayStation, which will integrate with PS+ Extra and Premium. Whether Xbox will be getting the full service as seen on PC, or a tweaked version with fewer perks and a lower price tag still remains to be seen.

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KitGuru says: Given that EA Play and Xbox Game Pass have been so popular on consoles for years, I'm surprised it took this long for Ubisoft to consider bringing its own subscription service over. 

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