Users of the official Ubisoft store noticed this morning that a new product card, Ubisoft Pass Premium, had appeared in the shop. This item has already disappeared from the store, and did not contain any descriptions, but its name certainly refers to competing services, such as EA's Origin Access. This may indicate that the French are planning to launch their own game subscription.
As digital game subscriptions become more and more popular, the latest rumor about Ubisoft's mysterious service is quite likely. Perhaps the publisher will introduce a service similar to Origin Access, which allows you to play titles from a wide range of Electronic Arts games for a small amount of money. There is no shortage of people buying access to EA production in Basic ($4.99 monthly) or Premium ($14.99 monthly) version, so why shouldn't it be successful in the case of Ubisoft?
It is worth noting that the French publisher has something to offer players. The mainstay of the company's earnings are all parts of Assassin's Creed, and series such as The Division, Far Cry, Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon. At the right price, the French would be able to extend the lifespan of their old games and earn some money. However, you should approach the information with a grain of salt and wait for the official confirmation from Ubisoft - which may come soon, during the fair E3.