Ubisoft Forward is in a corner, and this time there are plenty of stores for fans of the event. The event will take place online after being converted to digital format due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
French developers recently dropped the trailer for the event, much to the delight of fans. An action-packed lineup with many beautiful sequences that gamers have been waiting for is presented in the trailers.
While the July event disappointed fans and the copycat genetic version of Watch Dogs 2 failed to fix it, this edition seems very promising. Let’s check out the trailer and find out what to expect from the event.
The event will take place live on Ubisoft Forward Website On September 10 at 11 MPDT. It is divided into pre-show and main event. The developers have also promised interesting rewards throughout the event.
One can access their Ubisoft account while viewing the stream to receive these rewards. These rewards include three XP Boost tickets for Honor, a refractive baton for Ubisoft’s new Battle Royale Hyperscope, 5 events a year, and the Ubisoft Forward Mask Cosmetic for the Cham Rainbow Six: Watch Dogs Legion.
Lineup for pre-show
The biggest attraction of the pre-show will be the brawl contest between developer Blue Mammoth and the Ubisoft News team. This will be followed by news and content from games such as Roller Champions, Four Honor, The Division 2, and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Record Breakpoint.
Although Ubisoft has hinted at what fans can expect, they have chosen to remain silent about specific events.
Expectations from the main event
Watch Dogs: Ubisoft highlights in its blog that fans can expect news on major headlines such as Legion, HyperScape, and Rainbow Six Siege. They also announced that they have big news onHighly anticipated update about our new IP, Immortals Phoenix Rising formerly known as Gods & Monsters“.
They ended, “If you still can’t do enough, watch after the main show to see a deeper dive into the two titles that have not been released for this version of Ubisoft Forward alone. ”
The more Ubisoft tries to remain obscure, the more. They are already beginning to expect big news about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. They are also excited about the return visit of a Prince of Persia.
Requests for the release of a Rainbow Six Siege quarantine version are filled with Ubisoft subtitles. This will definitely be in line with the current global situation. Fans want to play the quarantine version while staying at home.
Since there is not much time left before the event, the general reaction seems to be positive. Ubisoft seems to be trying to impress fans while fixing the failures of the July event.