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What’s the difference between Ubisoft+ and Ubisoft+ Multi Access?

There are two tiers available if you want to subscribe to Ubisoft’s subscription service. So, what are the differences between Ubisoft+ and Ubisoft+ Multi Access? You can find out in this comparison from Seeking Tech.

Ubisoft+ vs. Ubisoft+ Multi Access Comparison Chart

You can find our comparison table for the two tiers of Ubisoft Plus below:

Ubisoft+Ubisoft+ Multi Access
U.S. Pricing$14.99 per month$17.99 per month

Amazon Luna

Xbox One

Xbox One S

Xbox One X

Xbox Series S

Xbox Series X
Day One ReleasesIncludedIncluded
Virtual Currency Pack Discount10%10%
Monthly RewardsIncludedIncluded


In the U.S. region, Ubisoft+ is priced at $14.99 per month. Ubisoft+ Multi Access is slightly more expensive at $17.99 per month.


If you only have the standard Ubisoft+ membership, then you will be limited to playing PC games. The subscription service currently has well over 100 titles, which includes some indie releases to go along with games that were developed and published by the company.

For the Ubisoft+ Multi Access, you can also play the Amazon Luna and Xbox versions of these games. For the uninformed, Luna is a cloud gaming service that lets you stream games on compatible devices, which includes the following:

  • Windows PC
  • Mac
  • Web Browsers
  • Android 9 or 10 Devices
  • 2nd Generation and Newer Fire TV Stick
  • Fire TV Cube
  • 3rd Generation and Newer Fire TV
  • Toshiba Fire TV Edition
  • Insignia Fire TV Edition
  • 2018 and Newer Fire TV Edition
  • Fire TV 2-Series
  • Fire TV 4-Series
  • Fire TV Omni
  • Fire TV Omni QLED Series
  • 2019 and Newer Fire 7 2019 and newer
  • 2018 and Newer Fire HD 8 2018 and newer
  • 2019 and newer Fire HD 10 2019 and newer
  • 2021 Samsung Smart TVs
  • 2022 Samsung Smart TVs

When it comes to Xbox, the Ubisoft+ Multi Access should work on the Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles. To see how you can find a list of games on this subscription service on your Xbox, you can check out this step-by-step tutorial.

Day One Releases

Future Ubisoft releases should appear as soon as they launch on the Ubisoft Plus and Ubisoft Plus Multi Access tier.

We found that this is the best reason to subscribe for either of these services as new games tend to cost $59.99 or $69.99 in the U.S. region. By subscribing for a month or two, you can end up saving a lot of money as opposed to outright buying a new title. Not to mention that you will also gain access to over 100 other Ubisoft games as well.

Virtual Currency Pack Discounts

A few Ubisoft games use virtual currency for microtransaction. By being a member of either Ubisoft+ or Ubisoft+ Multi Access, you will get a small 10% discount.

Monthly Rewards

If you stay subscribed in both of these tiers for consecutive months, then you will be able to unlock select rewards in eligible titles.

You will start off with the Bronze tier. If you stay subscribed into a second month, then you will be upgraded to the Silver tier. If you remain a member for four months, then you will level up to the Gold tier. The highest tier is Platinum, which is rewarded to subscribers who stay in the service for at least seven months.

In the Bronze tier, you will get one monthly reward. You will get double that amount if you are in the Silver tier. You will get three monthly rewards in the Gold tier and four monthly rewards if you reach Platinum.


The main difference between the Ubisoft+ and Ubisoft+ Multi Access membership tiers is the platform availability.

The cheaper Ubisoft+ limits you to only being able to access PC versions of games. With the slightly more expensive Ubisoft+ Multi Access, you will also gain access to the Amazon Luna cloud streaming versions as well as the Xbox versions.

So, if you have an Xbox One console, Xbox Series console and/or would like to play Ubisoft games without a PC, then you should get the Ubisoft+ Multi Access. If you are only planning to play these titles on a computer, then Ubisoft+ is the more affordable option.