Ubisoft has confirmed its Uplay
service will be used to support its games on PS4 and Xbox One this November. Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag
and Watch Dogs
will be the first next-generation games to use the store and social service, and both games will, according to publisher, "benefit from the full scope of our services and features using just one unique profile."
The announcement post
also promises the PC version of Uplay will be updated next month. The Uplay app made its debut on the Nintendo Wii U in November.
Uplay, which unifies most of Ubisoft's games with social features, achievements, rewards and DRM, was first introduced in 2009. Since then, it has grown through many iterations and even started selling third-party games