July 12th marked the date when Ubisoft’s Forward Livestream was unveiled. Consumers were provided with a virtual expo that revealed multiple upcoming games, also supporting a one-hour pre-show. Ubisoft went above & beyond expectations, providing viewers with free giveaways. There was also significant efforts made towards social distancing, which has been praised by gaming analysts & health experts alike. One attribute about the Ubisoft Forward Livestream was that the firing of multiple executives wasn’t discussed.
Ubisoft’s CEO could’ve used this digital live event to address thousands of fans in a public format, providing his commitment towards ensuring a safer working environment for employed personnel. The main focus was the announcement of multiple upcoming titles, which was the premise behind Ubisoft Forward 2020. Below are the four most anticipated games from Ubisoft, which will be released for the current generation & next generation of consoles.
- Division 2 – Ubisoft unveiled updates “The Division 2” during their one-hour pre-show. These upgrades have been highly desired by supporters of this franchise, which comes after complains of this titles in-game world nearly collapsing on itself. These upcoming updates promise to resolve all issues associated with “The Division 2”.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint – The Ubisoft Forward Pre-Show also unveiled upgrades coming to Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which follows after reviews have been considered inferior by the overwhelming majority. Disappointing sales prompted the upgrades & Ubisoft hopes to acquire a broader community through an upcoming update on July 15th. Multiple glitches will be resolved & new customization options are being added.
- HyperSpace – Ubisoft Forward Livestreams main event confirmed new details on HyperSpace, a game announced earlier this month. After details were announced, Ubisoft revealed that an Open Beta is available now. Release dates for the Xbox One, PlayStation4, and PC was noted to arrive later this summer.
- Assassins’ Creed Valhalla – Ubisoft’s final announcement regarded their most anticipated game, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. New gameplay was revealed with a confirmation on its release date for November 17th. A secondary release will follow later in 2021 for the next generation of consoles, including the PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X.