While EA Play won’t be coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC this year, things are going a bit better for Ubisoft and its partnership with Google Stadia. Back when Stadia was announced, Ubisoft said it had plans to bring uPlay (now known as Ubisoft ) to the cloud platform and now, the rollout has officially begun.
Ubisoft announced this week that Ubisoft is now officially supporting Google Stadia, meaning Ubisoft subscribers can use Stadia to stream the publisher’s biggest games without outright buying them and without the need for their own powerful gaming PC at home. Of course – you do need a powerful internet connection.
The rollout will take a little while, with US customers only having access to Ubisoft on Stadia at the moment. The service will be available to more Stadia users across the world in the coming days.
You don’t need to pay extra for Ubisoft on Stadia, although if you don’t subscribe to Stadia Pro, then you are limited to 1080p streaming. Meanwhile, a Stadia Pro subscription will net you access to 4K streaming with surround sound.
KitGuru Says: The Ubisoft library is no slouch, containing brand new releases like Watch Dogs Legion and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, in addition to the publisher’s back catalogue. Do any of you subscribe to Ubisoft already? Will you be trying some of those games via Stadia now that the streaming option is available?
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