Microsoft could be hinting at Ubisoft games finally making their way to the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. This could be related to Ubisoft+.
Microsoft has just announced an FPS Boost for the Xbox Series consoles which supports a small list of games for now, but more will be added at a later date.
In the initial list of games that are available through FPS Boost, two of them are from Ubisoft. They are Far Cry 4 and Watch Dogs 2. Both of these games haven’t been released yet on Xbox Game Pass.
In the official blog where Microsoft shared this information, they also talked about the games that will get FPS Boost being added to the Game Pass subscription service. Two of these, Super Lucky’s Tale and Sniper Elite 4 are already available on Game Pass, but according to Microsoft, some of the upcoming games could be added to the Game Pass lineup as well.
“And FPS Boost doesn’t only benefit gamers who own these titles – you’ll be happy to hear that many of these upcoming FPS Boost games will be available in Xbox Game Pass, ” reads the official blog post.
There have been rumors for a while now that Ubisoft will bring its Ubisoft+ subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. EA has already added their EA Play service to the Ultimate Bundle so it won’t be an odd move but end up improving the overall appeal of Game Pass Ultimate which already provides an insane value for money.