It looks like Ubisoft+ - Ubisoft's own game subscription service - may finally be on the way to Xbox.
Up until now, Ubisoft+ has only been available to players on PC, but a service that scrapes Xbox's backend and spotted by our friends at VGC has reportedly found an Ubisoft+ logo in the system, hinting that Ubisoft+ may be coming soon.
A prior announcement confirmed that Ubisoft+ - unlike EA Play - would not be part of Xbox Game Pass, and this is unlikely to have changed, particularly as a cut-down version of the Ubisoft sub, Ubisoft+ Classics, is available within the upper tiers of Sony's rival PS Plus. We'll have to wait until we get a formal announcement to confirm that either way, though.
Ubisoft+ gives access to over 100 Ubisoft games and DLC - including new releases - for £13 ($15 / €15) a month. For a couple of quid more, you can access it via Stadia, too.
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