Ubisoft Forward Officially Confirmed for September 10

Ubisoft Forward Officially Confirmed for September 10

The next episode of Ubisoft Forward will officially go live on September 10 at 12 PM PDT.

Earlier today, the rumors started circulating around Ubisoft’s next online event to take place in the near future, which has now officially been confirmed by the French company as well. The next episode of Ubisoft Forward goes live on September 10th at 9 PM CEST/12 PM PDT.

As the company revealed at the end of its July event, there is a second episode for Ubisoft Forward as well, but we didn’t have a clue on its exact date up until today. Earlier today, Jason Schreier claimed that the next part of Ubisoft Forward has been planned to happen next week, which has been officially confirmed by Ubisoft less than an hour ago.

As you may know, some of the biggest video game publishers around the world had a change in plans after the cancelation of E3 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While some of them didn’t hold any press conferences at all, some others switched their showcases to online events. Joining the latter group, Ubisoft has also premiered an online showcase back in July, providing a deeper look at some of its ongoing projects launching later this year or earlier in 2021.

It’s yet to be revealed what games are supposed to be premiered in the upcoming show, though some rumors suggest that Immortals: Fenyx Rising (previously known as Gods and Monsters) and Prince of Persia Remastered Collection will be making an appearance during the event.

Aside from rumors, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Beyond Good and Evil 2, Roller Champions, Skull & Bones, and The Settlers are some of the most anticipated ongoing projects at Ubisoft’s studios that might get new details in September’s Ubisoft Forward.

With Watch Dogs Legion launching in October and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla releasing in November, the French giant has a great line-up for the final months of the current generation.

Last but not least, Ubisoft might eventually reveal a new installment for one of its beloved franchises such as Splinter Cell or Rayman, though it likely wouldn’t happen.