Ubisoft hosted a digital event on Sunday, dubbed “Ubisoft Forward”, and revealed more about its biggest upcoming games. These included Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, its newly announced battle royale shooter Hyper Rape, Far Cry 6. The company says that it also plans to hold another Ubisoft forward showcase later this year.
Just yesterday, three key members left Ubisoft, bringing a total of four departures (and an additional suspension), as the allegations were made public.
In a tweet posted just hours before the event, Ubisoft acknowledged the challenges facing the company but said it discussed them during the digital event.
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Ubisoft said, “Because all the content has been pre-recorded, we wanted to recognize that the issues we’re currently dealing with won’t be addressed directly in the show,”
CEO Yves Guillemot, in a letter sent to employees on 2 July, promised extensive changes, including appointing a head of workplace culture and creating a position for head of diversity.
Organizing our round of the biggest announcements from the show.
Far Cry 6 – Early 2021
At its Ubisoft forward event, the company has finally announced Far Cry 6, which will take place on the tropical island of Yara. This is the sixth installment in the popular Games for Cry series. The main reveal in the announcement was that the game’s villain Giancarlo Esposito will be played by popular actor Goose Fringe of series such as Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. The game will be made available on 18 February 2021 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Google’s Stadia.
Hyper Scape – Beta is Out
Hyper Scape is an upcoming battle royale first-person shooter game. At the event, it announced that the game starting today is entering its open beta face and can be downloaded using the planned uPlay service.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Late 2020
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which will be based on the time of the Vikings, following Norse mythology, will launch on 17 November. At launch, it will be made available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia. Like the Watch Dogs Legion, the killer breed Vallah will also be made available on next-gen consoles when it launches later this year.
From the trailer, the game looks very amazing with good graphics. It is being said that this game will be similar to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origin.
The Watch Dogs Legion – Late 2020
The Watch Dogs Legion will become the latest entrant to the hacker-based Watch Dogs series on October 29, when it launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia. The company showcased a new gameplay trailer at its Ubisoft forward event, stating that the game will take place in London’s Post Brexit where anyone and everyone is under heavy surveillance. This time NPC (non-playable characters) can also be recruited along with the players. The company announced that it would be made available on next-gen consoles, including the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at launch.