Last year, Ubisoft launched a subscription service that allows users to access current and future games from the studio. Google said at the time that the service, called Uplay+ at the time, would be launched in Stadia in 2020. It has been a while since then, and Ubisoft also has some major news, rebranding the subscription service and announcing that it will release a beta version on Luna, and then Stadia before the end of the year.

The monthly subscription plan is renamed Ubisoft+, which will give customers access to standard games in the Ubisoft catalog, as well as more and more premium versions of the game library, such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Immortals Fenyx Rising.Subscribers can even save their progress across devices And platform In some games, this means that in theory, you can play an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on your phone through Stadia, and then stop at the place where you stop on a Fire tablet running Amazon’s Luna game streaming service Continue to answer.

Ubisoft+ will release a beta version on Luna next month (November 1

0). Stadia support will be released later, but is planned to be launched before the end of this year. Since this is a separate subscription plan directly from Ubisoft, there is no need to use a paid Stadio Pro account to access Ubisoft games, and free Stadia users who pay for Ubisoft+ do not need to pay additional funds.

Stadia has stepped back a bit on Amazon’s new platform, which is a bit disappointing, but on the bright side, Google fans are starting to get a breakthrough from the first beta software that is unstable.