Ubisoft has put a firm UK price on their recently announced business model, Uplay passport.
Uplay passport requires gamers to input a code to access certain features of forthcoming Ubisoft titles. Newly bought retail games will have this code included, but second hand buyers will need to buy a new code to access these features.
The pricing for UK will set second hand buyers back £7.99 on the PS3 and PC whereas Xbox 360 owners will only need to part with 800 Microsoft points which tallies up to £6.80.
The first title to use this scheme will be Driver: San Francisco and no doubt other Ubisoft titles such as Assassin’s Creed and Ghost Recon will follow suit.
This business model now being adapted by Ubisoft was first introduced by EA with other publishers such as THQ and Sony following suit.