As Uplay+ launches, Brenda Panagrossi talks about the motivations and market research behind the publisher's new offering.
Man they have so many games, and I'm actually someone who plays most of them! Generally i trust a game will be good if it's from them, so I guess this service is for players like me.
I like a lot of their games but I have such a huge backlog that a cheaper susbscription service like EA Access with older games would have made more sense for me but it's fine I'd rather purchase and I think if there are enough people like you this service may proove a success. I just hope this never replaces physical and or digital purchases
I'll stay with live ultimate.
Yeah I like their games also but there's not enough of them worth playing to justify the cost IMO
I think there are many diffrent reasons. You have dollars, euros, pounds and many more!
Mr Krabs "Hello I like money"
They see dollar signs.
Too many services and not enough money: https://youtu.be/qejGHLAbo_...
Ok, that was actually funny
BAAM...there it is! before long, these big publishers will start pulling out theiir games from competing services such as PS+ and XBL Gold and Gamepass or even from Steam altogether to force people to subscribe to their own service....but not before these subscription schemes has taken over the industry. the industry is moving to a very dark future if this continues. we must stop this and don't let the "cheaper by subscription" slogan trick you. they are playing a long game here but gamers can stop it from spreading and becoming unstoppable starting now.
$15 just for Ubisoft games? Seems steep. I guess it’s ok if you play A LOT of Ubisoft. Instead of buying their $90 Far Cry or Assasins Creed every year this may be cheaper...or waiting a few months more and getting the game later and actually owning it.
Money convinced them
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