The Xbox Game Pass program continues to grow at a phenomenal rate. This month, there’s a lot more offerings to choose from, including Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, coming in just a few days. And now, Ubisoft is joining the party.
The company has revealed that its forthcoming multiplayer opus Rainbow Six: Extraction will join the Xbox Game Pass service. That’s day one, folks. For Xbox and PC players alike.
It’s set to arrive on January 20th, and that means players will be able to enjoy the full experience when the game debuts. As for PlayStation owners, well, they’re kind of out of luck, having to pay full price for the release instead.
That ties in with another bit of news – Ubisoft Plus is headed to Xbox. While it’s not a part of the Xbox Game Pass service, this will mark the first time that the company’s service will be on a console, outside of what it provides on PC right now.
For $15 a month, players can access over 100 Ubisoft titles, including a number of Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed games, as well as a bunch of classics.
There’s no word yet if the partnership will bring a number of other Ubisoft games to Xbox Game Pass, but the possibility is definitely there. For now, Extraction will certainly fit the bill.
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