November 10, 2020

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Ubisoft+ Now Available on Amazon Luna

Ubisoft+ is now available on Amazon Luna, as part of its multi-platform access model, which is in beta. Ubisoft+ subscribers in the US with access to Amazon Luna can use their subscription to play select Ubisoft games on the streaming service, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. In addition to multi-platform access, a standard $14.99 Ubisoft+ subscription grants access growing library of over 100 games on PC, and that includes premium editions of games and additional content packs*.

To play Ubisoft+ games on Amazon Luna, subscribers will need to receive an invite to the early access program by registering at amazon.com/luna, but that’s not the only service covered under Ubisoft+’s multi-platform functionality. By the end of the year, Ubisoft+ subscribers will also have access to select Ubisoft games on Stadia during a beta period, with no Stadia Pro subscription required. By linking accounts, subscribers will also enable full cross-progression support for games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla across all platforms.

A full list of games and details for the Ubisoft+ service is available at ubisoft-plus.com. For more on Ubisoft Connect and support for cross-progression and cross-play, please visit the support site.

* Where premium or special editions of the game are indicated (for example: Ultimate/Gold/Deluxe Editions), editions included in Ubisoft+ may not include all premium content. Offer subject to change. Ubisoft+ for Windows PC requires a persistent Internet connection to download and play the games. This allows us to confirm an active subscription.

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