What's good for the goose is good for the gaggle. Ubisoft will allegedly be the latest member in the multiplayer "online pass" club with a "Uplay Passport" in Driver: San Francisco, according to GamerZines. Since almost every other major publisher in the industry is already doing it, and Ubisoft said it was looking into implementing such a feature last year, we wouldn't hold it against you if you paused for a moment and thought: "Wait, Ubi hadn't done this already?"

According to GamerZines, the Uplay Passport will work similarly to other online passes: restricting online mulitplayer to those who receive a code in a new copy of the game, or buy a code online. There's currently no word on how much said code will cost separately. We've contacted Ubisoft for confirmation.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.