April 12, 2022

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Ubisoft+ Free Week: Get Access to Over 100 Games

Ubisoft+ is offering a free week-long trial to new subscribers, making now the best time to jump into the subscription service. The sign-up period runs from April 12 at 9am UTC to May 11 at 9am UTC, and anyone who subscribes within that time frame will get access to the full seven-day free trial. Ubisoft+ can be accessed on PC, Stadia, and Amazon Luna in select countries, and offers new game releases and monthly rewards in addition to its vast library of titles.

Ubisoft+ has over 100 PC titles in its library for players to explore, and subscriptions offer access to season passes, DLCs, and expansions, as well as day-one access to Ubisoft’s AAA titles. Subscribers can join the Yaran rebellion in Far Cry 6, race through US National Parks-inspired landscapes in Riders Republic, and attempt to thwart fate in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Dawn of Ragnarök expansion, as well as play through classic Ubisoft series like Rayman, Prince of Persia, and many more.

Interested in learning more about Ubisoft+? Read about its monthly reward system, or check out its plans to come to Xbox in the near future.

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