Ubisoft + hits six new regions as Rainbow Six Siege comes to Stadia

Ubisoft + hits six new regions as Rainbow Six Siege comes to Stadia


Ubisoft has been one of the main support studios of Stadiums from the very beginning, and it’s about to launch a cavalcade of new games on the platform including Rainbow Six Siege.

As one of the bigger studios, Stadia sees a fair amount of new and old AAA games from Ubisoft. While some of these have been posted correctly on Stadia, many of them are available through Ubisoft +. Studios’ subscription service that gives you access to a catalog of game titles for a fixed monthly price.

Today, Ubisoft announced that the beta version of Ubisoft + is expanding its reach to six new regions. Which means there will soon be a lot more Stadia players for some of Ubisoft’s best games.

From today, Ubisoft + is expanding to Canada, UK, France, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland. In addition, the Ubisoft + subscription price remains the same everywhere. So while it’s $ 14.99 in the US, it will be € 14.99 in Europe.

Rainbow Six Siege is coming to Stadia soon

At this time, there is no confirmed release date for Rainbow Six Siege on Stadiums, but it’s coming soon. Ubisoft is keeping a fairly low profile on the launch, but said it had more details to share on the release at its Ubisoft Forward event on June 12. Which will be his showcase for E3.

As for other games coming to Stadia, there are 8 more titles to look forward to. This includes a handful of new Assassin’s Creed games like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, and Assassin’s Creed III Remastered.

There’s also Far Cry 4, Far Cry Primal, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Rayman Legends, and Child Of Light.

Further on, Ubisoft reiterates the release date of the latest title in the Far Cry franchise, Far Cry 6. The game will officially launch on October 7 this year after a long delay. While Ubisoft didn’t mention in its announcement whether or not that date will include Stadia, the game is coming to Stadia.

It should be noted that the old Ubisoft games also launched on the day and date of Stadia with other platforms. Like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla last year.

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