Another Ubisoft Forward is set to arrive in less than two months and reports have it, it’ll give gamers an update on the games that weren’t discussed last time.
The very first Ubisoft Forward just happened earlier this month, revealing great updates on its AAA titles. However, there were a few that got left out and fans of the said games have since been looking for them.
Ubisoft Forward part two: two other promised titles
Micky News previously reported that Ubisoft confirmed four titles, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watchdogs Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow Six Quarantine. However, only two of the aforementioned were seen during the digital event.
In a recent Q1 financial earnings call, CEO Yves Guillemot reportedly shed some light on the two said games. Per Gamespot, Guillemot answered a few questions during the Q&A session, which included confirming the arrival of Rainbow Six Quarantine and Gods & Monsters still some time within the fiscal year.
With that, the gaming community is likely to expect the two games’ respective release between January and March of 2021. Although, the devs are open to extending the release to the next fiscal year, should it be deemed needed.
Nevertheless, both games are said to be “doing well,” and that the “teams are happy for the extra development time.” Both are also now in their “polish phase,” which is why it was automatically presumed to be two of the items in the menu for the next Ubisoft Forward.
Readers should note that an early version of Gods & Monsters was accidentally released on Google Stadia last June. The gaming community was quick to judge the game aesthetics, although most of them defended Ubisoft.
The feedback on the slip-up might have something to do with the possible extended delay. Here’s to hoping that is not the case, as many understood that it was a mere demo for the E3 2019 event.
Next Ubisoft Forward this September
Meanwhile, Ubisoft’s first ever-digital event was described as “a major milestone,” per Ubisoft CFO Frédérick Duguet. It reportedly “generated historic viewership,” not to mention, the “very promising” response it got from its fans.
Duguet further noted, “We achieved record-high peak concurrent viewership during this event, surpassing our previous E3 conferences.”
It looks like the Montreal-based gaming giant will continue to ride on the virtual event’s success as it confirms a second similar event this September.
Aside from the two already mentioned games, it’ll be nice if Ubisoft also reveals an update to Skull & Bones that reportedly underwent a major overhaul.
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