During E3, Ubisoft has announced that Uplay+ it’s newest subscription service will launch on September 3, 2019 for the Windows PC platform.

Priced at 14.99 usd, the subscription service will have access to the extensive Ubisoft library. There’s going to be a free trial period for those who will subscribe to the service for the whole month of September, starting on September 3 if you sign up for the service between June 10 and August 15.

Uplay+ will also be available on Stadia next year.

Aside from getting access to the games online, Uplaywill also inlcude in the service DLCs (if applicable) on it’s official launch on September 3. Subscribers are also automatically included in beta access and early access programs for upcoming titles (up to three days before standard release). Some beta access announced include Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint on September 5, and it’s Ultimate edition on October 1.

Here’s a short list of some of the titles given access to Uplay+ subscribers:

  • Upcoming Releases: Watch Dogs: Legion, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Gods & Monsters
  • Latest Released Games: Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Far Cry 5, Anno 1800
  • Classic Ubisoft Titles: Titles from the Far Cry and Rayman franchises, Prince of Persia®, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®, Beyond Good & Evil® and more.
  • Beloved PC Franchises: Heroes of Might and Magic, Silent Hunter, The Settlers, Anno

The video game industry is constantly shifting, and our players’ needs are evolving. At Ubisoft, we are committed to offering our players the best experience and the opportunity to discover the different worlds we’ve created for them. With Uplay+, we are able to provide more freedom for players by making it even easier to access our extensive catalogue,

said Brenda Panagrossi, vice president of Platform and Product Management.

You can head to this link to sign up for Uplay+. Currently the service is available in North America and certain Europe countries, but not in the Asia region as of yet.