You get a subscription service. You get a subscription service. You get a subscription service.
The Ubisoft Store appears to have leaked a placeholder image revealing, presumably, an EA Access-style subscription service.
Although entirely unconfirmed, Ubisoft Pass certainly sounds like a subscription service. Additionally, the word “Premium” leads to speculation that we may even see a tiered service with different levels of access. This wouldn’t be surprising, considering that Ubisoft typically launches its new game titles with a myriad of special editions.
In the current climate of Disney+, Google Stadia and with next gen around the corner, it would not be at all odd to see Ubisoft offer a subscription package, especially when you take into account how many long running franchises it has. Assassin’s Creed, Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, and Rayman all have multiple sequels spanning multiple generations. So, Ubisoft has more than enough content to fill a service with. The real question is, what would it cost?
For more things Ubisoft, check out the sadly “joke” announcement of a new Splinter Cell or our IGN First exclusive coverage of Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
John is a freelance writer for IGN UK with a love for all things stealthy, ginny and noisy. To set up a game of Spies vs Mercs or hear his less coherent ramblings, get him on Twitter.