Ubisoft introduced on Monday that its sport subscription service, Ubisoft Plus, is including help for Google Stadia, that means any subscriber can join a free Stadia account and stream Ubisoft video games from the cloud on supported units. Ubisoft first introduced Stadia help in October when it rebranded from UPlay Plus into its current iteration, however the cloud gaming integration wasn’t prepared on the time.
The rollout will take a couple of days to succeed in all customers, Ubisoft says, and it’s solely accessible to US subscribers for the time being. These eligible ought to be capable to discover the choice to hyperlink their Stadia account to their Ubisoft Plus profile from Ubisoft’s web site. The corporate says subscribers won’t be required to additionally buy Google’s Stadia Professional subscription; as a result of Stadia has a free tier, that’s all you’ll have to stream Ubisoft video games, although Stadia Professional does present 4K streaming whereas the free tier caps at 1080p.
Ubisoft Plus prices $14.99 a month and provides entry to PC variations of first-party Ubisoft video games, together with new releases like Murderer’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Canines: Legion. Now, with Stadia help, you gained’t want a robust PC to play a few of the more moderen and technically demanding Ubisoft video games.