Utomik brings a massive selection of PC games in the form of a monthly subscription
Utomik, the Netflix of Gaming, is making waves as they announce their latest monthly plan that’ll get the entire family involved.
The new Family Plan costs $9.99 a month during Utomik’s Open Beta and offers unlimited play for up to four users per household. Under one combined subscription, each user has their own personal profile. Parents can easily control which games their children play, and have the option to temporarily suspend user profiles. The Family Plan enables four users to play their own selection of games simultaneously.
Regarding the new family plan, Utomik’s CEO, Doki Tops, says, “With our new family plan, everyone in the family can enjoy playing their favorite games from wherever they are, whenever they want. The addition of Star Wars games is a sensational boost to our service that we think our fans will love. ”
Utomik has also announced that a first set of popular Star Wars games are now playable on the service. These titles include:
- LEGO® Star Wars™ – The Complete Saga
- Star Wars™ The Force Unleashed Ultimate Sith Edition
- STAR WARS™ Knights of the Old Republic
- Star Wars™ Empire at War
- Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II
The Star Wars games are the latest addition to Utomik’s ever-growing library of games now featuring more than 450 playable titles. Utomik adds up to thirty games per month, from leading game publishers across many genres, offering something fun for everyone. From timeless classics and Indies to AAA all stars. Fans of older games which are now often difficult to install and run, can start up classics such as Star Wars™ Dark Forces in a single click. Utomik’s instant one-click technology lets users start playing games up to a 100 times faster than any service on the market, by using a smart “download as you play” system.
Try Utomik now for 14 days for Free by visiting www.utomik.com. Users can cancel at anytime, but for only $9.99 a month to play games like Darksiders, Borderlands and The Walking Dead, why would you?