If you enjoy Ubisoft games, Ubisoft+ is a banging value. For $14.99 a month, you get pretty much every Ubisoft game, along with all DLC and add-on goodies, at your fingertips. I had Ubisoft+ for about six months on Stadia and Luna, and played Ubi games until I eventually burned through everything I was interested in. But even so, when a new game comes out, it's a lot cheaper to just flip on Ubisoft+ for a month, play the game, and then turn it back off than it is to buy the thing outright.
Here's a super outdated video from when Ubisoft+ launched in beta on Luna. Things got way better after this.
In an exciting move, Ubisoft today announced that Ubisoft+ is coming to PlayStation - though there is no date on when this is expected to happen. Still, it's a cool move that will likely bring a massive influx of cash Ubisoft's way, particularly when new games release.
Also of interest is the new "Ubisoft+ Classics", which - from what I can tell from a recent press release - will come bundled in with the higher tiers of PlayStation Plus on June 13 when those services go live.
This means that if you get PS Plus Extra or PS Plus Premium, you will also see a selection of (standard edition - boooo!) Ubisoft games show up on your library. Though the list is expected to grow to around 50 games by the end of 2022, the initial offerings will include:
We've reached out to Ubisoft to confirm that Ubisoft+ Classics will be included with higher tiers of Plus at no additional cost. If we hear otherwise, we will update this story.