Ubisoft speaks out on when Activision games will arrive on Ubisoft+

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After months and months of trying to convince the various competition agencies around the world, Microsoft finally received the green light for the acquisition of Activision Blizzard after making a concession that no one expected. The Redmond-based company signed an agreement with Ubisoft so that the French company would be in charge of everything related to Activision’s games in the cloud market, with a concession of several years.

It was Ubisoft itself that confirmed the agreement, but since then the information on this subject seemed completely stopped. However, during the day yesterday, the French announced the changes that will apply immediately to Ubisoft+, its own video game subscription service, which will modify the existing plans to offer an experience closer to that seen in Xbox Game Pass. And how could it be otherwise, I take the moment to talk about the arrival of Activision games to Ubisoft+.

Ubisoft se pronuncia sobre cuándo llegarán los juegos de Activision a Ubisoft+

The arrival of Activison games on Ubisoft+ is getting closer and closer.

When citing the changes that will be implemented with this Ubisoft+ update, the director of subscriptions, Philippe Tremblay, was asked about the novelty of including day one launch games in the new tier of the service, about which he assured that “the objective of Ubisoft+ is that we generate value. We are committed to offering more games to our subscribers. So, looking ahead, we have an exciting lineup that they will be able to play on early access or day one, and then eventually we will also have the Activision Blizzard catalog.”

This prompted the director to be asked directly about when Activision games might be coming to Ubisoft+, to which Tremblay commented that they were working on it to try to deliver the best possible experience. “We know gamers are excited about it, and I’m excited about it. We’re working on the offering right now to make sure it’s the best possible experience for our subscribers, and we’ll have more to share later.” So while the goal is closer, it looks like we’ll still have to wait a little longer.

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