April 9, 2020

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Get your first month of UPLAY+ for 50% off!

A monthly UPLAY+ subscription offers access to a growing catalogue of new releases and decades of games from Ubisoft on PC, and from April 8 to May 7, you can sign up to get your first month of UPLAY+ for 50% off.

In addition to a back catalogue that spans decades, UPLAY+ offers access to new releases and their premium* content, meaning that a subscription will let you explore Ancient Greek mythology in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Fate of Atlantis story arc, or fight alongside Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher in Episode 2 of Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Check out this full list of all the games currently available on UPLAY+, including family classics like Uno and Monopoly.

Subscribe to UPLAY+ between April 8 and May 7, and you’ll get your first month for 50% off. (Current subscribers will also receive a discount on their next month.) To learn more about the promotion, visit the FAQ.

UPLAY+ is available now via monthly subscription for PC. For more on UPLAY+ and Ubisoft games, check out our previous coverage.

*Where premium or special editions of the game are indicated (for example: Ultimate/Gold/Deluxe Editions), editions included in UPLAY+ may not include all premium content. Offer subject to change.

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