XP, badges, Units and more – that’s what gamers will gain when gaming through uPlay with the all new Ubisoft Club. This is a multi game multi platform gamers club that offers exclusive in-game content and participation in Betas, shop discounts and physical product redemptions as part of the rewards program. At this point in time, 100 uPlay units can be redeemed as a healthy 20% discount valid on the entire Uplay Shop – including pre-orders.
The Club homepage will chronicle gamers achievements and progress through their games with statistics on progress, rewards, platforms, and how you rank amongst your friends.
The homepage can be customised with special badges; some badges are per game, and some are unique, such as this Star Players badge I was awarded for participating in Ubisoft’s Star Player programme and workshops.
For competitive gamers looking to get the better of their friends, there’s a neat Versus Progression chart that allows a quick check on how you are doing compared to your friends.
It also reveals your progress against your friends game by game! As you can see below, I’ve not quite got around to playing Blacklist much, compared to one particular Ubisoft Moderator!
A News Feed detailing your friends achievements and a Ubisoft Twitter feed complete The Club homepage.
Ubisoft invited me along to a The Club workshop while I was at E3 this year, and it was clear the developers are extremely keen to continue improving uPlay and making The Club a useful tool for gamers. If it’s a while since you logged in to uPlay, now’s a good time to give it a second look!
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