Ubisoft+ Coming To Xbox And Rainbow Six Extraction Game Pass Day One

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Ubisoft has announced that its streaming service Ubisoft+ is coming to Xbox. Furthermore, Rainbow Six Extraction is coming to Game Pass on Day One.

Ubisoft+ is currently only available on PC and from £12.99 a month you can get access to 100s of Ubisoft’s rich library of games. From Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell, Far Cry, Watch Dogs and much more. Additionally, it also includes DLC, and season pass content as well as other bonuses.

Overall, it seems to offer good value for what you get. However, in the age of subscription content for video games, movies and TV, those monthly costs are ever-rising if you want a bit of everything. We also know that Ubisoft+ will not be included with Xbox Game Pass. There is also no word of the service coming to PlayStation at this time.

What is coming to Xbox Game Pass, however, is Rainbow Six Extraction at launch. Rainbow Six Extraction: “is a co-operative PVE experience that places players in the shoes of well-known Rainbow Six Siege operators with up to two friends, facing off against a mysterious alien menace that threatens life on Earth. With 18 operators to choose from and a variety of unique gadgets and weapons at their disposal, players will need to communicate and think tactically to take on their otherworldly adversaries and safely extract their captured teammates.

There is no word as to when Ubisoft+ arrives to Xbox, but I assume it will be this year. Rainbow Six Extraction will release for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on January 20th.

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