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Everything announced during Ubisoft Forward 2020

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Nature abhors a vacuum. With E3 dead this year, the battlefield for market dominance has resulted in an onslaught of digital events the likes of which have never been seen before. But for every scrappy fighter on the digital field, a titan waits for a chance to rise up and make its massive presence known. Ubisoft is one of those giants, and tonight happens to be a showcase of its brand new sandboxes that range from stab-happy Viking invasions on English soil to God save the Queen hacktivism in Watch Dogs Legion.

We’ll be live-covering the event tonight, so if you’re not in the mood to watch everything unfold, check here for fresh trailer dumps, more info on upcoming games and plenty of hype!

Watch Dogs Legion shows off new gameplay, out in October

God save the Queen! Watch Dogs Legion will be hitting current-gen on October 29, with a next-gen release coming “soon”.

Brawlhalla is coming to mobile

Brawlhalla will be coming to mobile on August 6. For all players, the free-to-play fighting game will arrive on the App Store for iPhone and Google Play for Android devices.

Might and Magic: Era of Chaos announced

Holy crap Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad  is still a thing

Hyper Scape goes into open beta today

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be out on November 17

But you already knew that, didn’t you?

Far Cry 6

It’ll be out on February 18 next year. Or if I read the date wrong, 02 Smarch 2021.

Last Updated: July 12, 2020


  1. Hyperscape is a total ripoff of Ready Player One imo. All the world needs right now… another Battle Royale.
    Giancarlo Esposito is going to wasted in a Far Cry game. They’ve really become “if you’ve played one of them, you’ve played them all” since Far Cry 2. Loved Vaas’ character though.


  2. Morne Nell

    July 13, 2020 at 08:53

    Biggest concern is release dates of the games
    29 October Watchdogs
    17 November Assassin Creed Valhalla

    With Cyberpunk on 19 November, and 2 next Gen console releases as well, I don’t see anyone having enough Moola or Time to buy / Play them all.


    • Pariah

      July 13, 2020 at 09:35

      That’s perfect because you can get the ones you don’t buy now at a discount later.


    • Iskape

      July 13, 2020 at 11:23

      I think Ubisoft should reconsider their release date for Valhalla. Cyberpunk will most probably dominate that release window. Maybe they should just push it to a December release. I think far more people are greatly anticipating Cyberpunk rather than Valhalla, and I would hate to see a game that has so much potential being relegated to 2nd place!


  3. Iskape

    July 13, 2020 at 11:23

    They had quite a strong showing for mobile games. Far Cry 6 has piqued my interest though! I can’t wait to see some gameplay. Valhalla is okay, and Legion is…meh! Quick question: 4k at 30 fps OR 1080 at 60 fps – if the console games allow for this option. Which would you choose? The reason I ask is because I am considering and XSX, but in truth, I can’t see a ton of new games being 60 fps, unlike if I choose to fix my PC and upgrade the GPU to allow for games such as Valhalla in glorious 60 fps. Tough decision! I’ve always been a PC gamer, but since my PC went bottoms up, I’ve been considering just committing to the XSX when it releases.


  4. Alien Emperor Trevor

    July 13, 2020 at 10:06

    Yes! A new M&M game at last! I’ve been waiting for so lo… NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    • HairyEwok

      July 13, 2020 at 15:40

      What, don’t you have a mobile phone XD Ubisoft pulling a Blizzard move… Classic!


  5. MechMachine

    July 13, 2020 at 10:26

    The Viking game looked sick. Some of the gfx were pretty impressive. But, I remember back in the day I used to buy two magazines religiously. PC Format and NAG. And the NAG community always used to make fun of PC format for copying and pasting content from their UK counterparts.

    Ubisoft have created this very Ecosystem within their business. Most games are Copy and Paste with very little innovation between titles. You are even starting to see cross pollination between IPs.

    So, In theory, Ubisoft are only ever releasing one game a year. LOL.


  6. Mark Treloar

    July 13, 2020 at 13:28

    Far Cry 6. That is not how grenades work.


  7. HairyEwok

    July 13, 2020 at 15:22

    Assassins Creed looks nothing like assassins creed…. It’s more like Far Cry Primal and For Honor mixed but in Vikings.


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