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Stadia is adding nine new Ubisoft games as it widely expands Ubisoft+ channel

Stadia Game Trailer And Announcements Android
Stadia Game Trailer And Announcements Android (Image credit: Jennifer Locke / Android Central)

What you need to know

  • Ubisoft is adding nine new games to its Stadia offering, including three Assassin's Creed games and three Far Cry games.
  • Ubisoft is also expanding its Ubisoft+ beta to six new countries, including Canada and the UK.
  • Ubisoft+ is Ubisoft's game subscription service, and is available on its own or through Stadia.

Ubisoft today said it's bringing nine games from its vault to Stadia, meaning gamers will be able to play multiple titles in the Assassin's Creed and Far Cry series as well as other games on the streaming platform. It's also expanding its beta for Ubisoft+, its subscription service, to six new countries, meaning many more users will be able to play games in the Ubisoft library for a monthly fee.

The games coming to Stadia are Assassin Creed III Remastered, Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Assassin's Creed Rogue, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Far Cry 4, Far Cry Primal, Rayman Legends, Child of Light, and Rainbow Six Siege. We don't yet know when these games will launch, but the move adds even more value to Stadia, which solidified itself as one of the best game streaming services for Android.

Ubisoft+ is Ubisoft's subscription service, which gives users access to over 100 games, and a beta version of the service is available for both Stadia and Amazon Luna. It's currently only available for US users, but it'll soon expand to Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland. It should be noted that none of the aforementioned games are currently available on Stadia via the Ubisoft+ subscription. Some other Ubisoft titles are available to buy on their own, while others are only available via Ubisoft+.

As for future news, Ubisoft implied that it was going to be working on something regarding Rainbow Six Siege on Stadia. It advises everyone to tune into the Ubisoft Forward event on June 12, the company's E3 event. All of the E3 events this year will be broadcast digitally on sites like Twitch and YouTube. In addition to the above, we expect to see more of the recently revealed Far Cry 6 and another Tom Clancy title, Rainbow Six Quarantine.

Rachel Kaser is an Android Central gaming contributor, who's been writing since 2013 and gaming since the age of five. She's covered everything from gaming news, reviews, and analysis -- if it exists in gaming, she knows about it. She also contributes to Future's other sites, iMore and Windows Central. If you want to hear her opinions on games, pop culture, tech, and everything in between, follow her on Twitter @rachelkaser