Ubisoft Forward took place on July 12th and was an overwhelming success.
However, news of a new Ubisoft Forward event has been released and it's not too far away.
Below we'll take a look at the latest news surrounding the upcoming Ubisoft Forward event.
As well as this, there's a live blog detailing the previous Ubisoft Forward event's presentation, just in case you need a recap.
Livestream - July 12th
You can watch July 12th Ubisoft Forward here.
Ubisoft Forward Live Blog
The show's over, folks!
That Far Cry 6 cinematic was quite the tease, but no gameplay today. Still, a launch date in less than a year suggests it'll feature in the next Ubisoft Forward which will be later in 2020.
So, no surprises, but if you'll excuse us we're off to play some Hyper Scape and pour one out for Splinter Cell (and yes, we're sad there was no Just Dance).
Far Cry 6
Yes, it leaked earlier this week, but it wouldn't have been a Ubisoft event without a leak somewhere.
Pretty cool cinematic showing off the game's cast, now into a look at Esposito's dictator character.
Far Cry's villains have long been a key part of the franchise, at least since the third game. Here's hoping El Presidente is a little more memorable than Far Cry 5's Joseph Seed.
The game launches on February 18, 2021.
Not gonna lie, I love Yves. He's just so chill and laid back.
Here's Far Cry 6.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla
Ubisoft is talking up the game's authenticity and revamped combat ahead of a gameplay reveal.
Players will be able to raid shoreside settlements, even setting fire to buildings with arrows.
The "largest variety of enemies" awaits, with some teaming up and others using environmental attacks. Luckily, players will have a Viking harpoon and throwing axes. Eivor can dual-wield any weapon, even shields.
Stealth gameplay is back, but you'll also be able to take part in assaults to storm forts. There are also some supernatural elements making a return, based on both Norse mythology and Pagan stories.
The game launches on November 17.
The Xbox boss confirms that Watch Dogs: Legion will support Smart Delivery, with the Series X offering ray-tracing.
A cool cinematic trailer for Ubi's latest, with definite "Ready Player One" vibes.
The Open Beta launches... now! New weapon, new hack, and new free battle pass are included.
Rainbow Six: Siege
Hard to believe it's been five years since Siege debuted, feeling all emotional about how it's grown... but enough of that.
Over 60 million players have jumped in, and Ubi claims "it's just getting started".
Might and Magic: Era of Chaos and Tom Clancy's Elite Squad
Nifty trailers for two Ubisoft mobile games. Elite Squad is coming soon, and might be the only time we play as Sam Fisher anytime soon.
Ubisoft's 2D brawler is coming to iOS and Android, with customisable control schemes and cross-play "with everyone".
It comes to mobile on August 6th.
Watch Dogs Legion
Kicking things off with a rather unsettling look at near-future London with an action-packed short film from Alberto Mielgo.
Players will be able to recruit NPCs to build their resistance team to fight back against PMC Albion, a company tasked with locking down the city. There's also a dodgy-sounding mob boss called Mary Kelly.
Players can hack "pretty much anything", just like in the previous games, and characters have different weapons. The construction worker shown is able to shoot his nailgun, and call a cargo drone. Meanwhile, the drone expert is able to cause all sorts of remote-controlled chaos.
You can also recruit Albion agents themselves.
In another mission, Mickey the football hooligan drinks himself into a blackout, before things switch to the John Wick style hitman, complete with guns and lots of rolling around.
The game launches on October 29, 2020.
Good evening ladies and gents, how are we all? Ubisoft's E3 replacement kicks off in just five minutes.
We'll be updating this page as the event rolls on, so be sure to stick around!
New Ubisoft Forward Event Later This Year
Just after finishing the recent 'Ubisoft Forward Event', Ubisoft revealed a similar conference will be taking place later this year.
Frédérick Duguet, Ubisoft's Chief Financial Officer, revealed the event will be taking place in September.
Ubisoft's Yves Guillemot confirmed this event will include gaming news and updates.
The date of the event is around the time a number of Ubisoft's big-name titles are set to release.
It's a perfect time to reinvigorate the excitement for the games before they release.
Let's hope Ubisoft's second conference can live up to the success of it's first.
When is Ubisoft Forward?
The second Ubisoft Forward event is set to take place in September 2020.
We haven't been given a specific date as of yet, but we know the event will have a focus on games and updates.
How Can You Watch Ubisoft Forward?
While no official platform for the stream has been revealed yet, we'd wager it's a safe bet to find it on Ubisoft's YouTube channel.
Free Copy Of Watch Dogs 2
A free copy of Watch Dogs 2 will be available to anybody who logs into their Uplay account at any point between the pre-show and the end of the main conference.
Viewers will also be able to answer trivia questions to unlock rewards in various Ubisoft games.
You can watch Ubisoft Forward here.
Ubisoft has recently revealed their new Battle Royale title Hyper Scape.
The release date of the title aligns with the Ubisoft Foward event on July 12th.
The game will be set in a futuristic virtual world and involve fast-paced FPS gameplay.
Photo Courtesy of @Slasher
It will be a free-to-play title, which will likely contain a number of microtransaction options for players.
The game will initially be released for just PC.
However, it is likely the game will be released on consoles at a later date and crossplay will be available.
It's always exciting to see a new FPS on the horizon, let's hope Hyper Scape can live up to the hype.