ICYMI: Everything from Ubisoft Forward September 2022

ICYMI: Everything from Ubisoft Forward September 2022

ICYMI: Everything from Ubisoft Forward September 2022

ICYMI: Everything from Ubisoft Forward September 2022

Ubisoft Forward events began in 2020 due to the absence of press conferences. They have been an annual tradition for the past two years. The company decided to skip the traditional June show this year as there was no E3 to align with. The company is having a somewhat odd year. They are seeing investment attempts from Tencent (Fanbyte’s parent company) and have had very few significant wins or successes in recent years.

Ubisoft has been in a rut for a while, having to clean up after numerous reports about central culture and harassment problems. Is this Ubisoft Forward going to change Ubisoft’s fortunes in the software sector? Let’s look at what they did and how it affected their software business.

  • There are multiple Assassin Creed announcements at each show’s end that nobody talks about.
  • Brawlhalla will be hosting Castlevania characters Simon Belmont and Alucard. Richter, the only Castlevania character exclusive to Smash Bros. Alucard, is an assist trophy.
  • The Crew 2 is getting Winter tracks and icy roads. This was a game I knew was still getting content.
  • Another pre-release preview of Mario + rabbits: Sparks of Hope is available. This time, the gameplay focuses on the final game’s quest. It looks much more complex than the original title’s explanation. The game also features a battle between a giant Wiggler and a train. It
  • looks great! Our final look is the previously announced DLC. The third one features Rayman, a special guest star.
  • Ubisoft is so excited about its virtual set for this year.
  • Another look at Skull & Bones is available, previously known as Skull & Bones. It will be released on November 8.
  • The shoe company Vans is collaborating with Riders Republic to bring you season 4 and a BMX Add-on. You can also play the game for free.
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 has more content. We are lucky that this game wasn’t promoted on January 6, 2020. Ubisoft might have attempted to make a negative headline about that.
  • Ubisoft commits to the game for Year 5 and states that it is being supported worldwide by “Ubisoft Studios across the Globe.”
  • Next up is The Division Heartland. This Division game is a multiplayer F2P shooter. Although there is no official date, you can register for the upcoming tests.
  • More The division with The division: Resurgence. This is a mobile title. This segment should be called the Long division. Beta testing is coming this fall for the game. My jokes don’t pass beta.
  • More mobile! This time, Rainbow Six gets a CGish trailer. Closed Beta Fall 2022
  • Wow! They’re spending a lot of time playing this Rainbow Six mobile video game.
  • We have emerged from the Rainbow Six mines with a partnership with Netflix. Over the next few years, there will be three Ubisoft-exclusive games on Netflix.
  • This includes Valiant hearts 2, Mighty Quest and an original Assassin’s Creed game for mobile, and a live-action TV series.
  • We get a trailer for season 3 of Mythic Quest on Apple TV.
  • Ubisoft+ offers a free trial for a month. It felt like they had to mention it, or I would have to write it.
  • Trackmania will be available on consoles and cloud services (such as Stadia and Luna) in early 2023.
  • Rocksmith+ has been shown again. This is probably something I would be interested in if I was able to play guitar every year instead of thinking about it only once a decade for the past 20 years.
  • Next up is Just Dance. This platform is similar to Rocksmith. He is a strange blue man. I hate him. You can also dance with your friends in the new multiplayer mode. They’re all blue, so it’s okay.
  • We enter the Assassin’s Creed section. They promised that there would be many surprises. They may not be all that surprising.
  • Yves Guillemot introduces the segment. He then transitions into a seemingly live-action trailer with various AC characters and situations. Remember that movie? This is what I would describe as a fun bit of shit.
  • First, Assassin’s Creed Mirage. This was announced earlier in the week. We’re introduced to a younger Bassim in a CG trailer. This is before his appearance in Valhalla. To this day, they still use hidden knives to cut off their fingers.
  • According to some, the game will be a return to the original Assassin’s Creed games’ tone and mechanics. This is evident in the trailer, where Bassim seems to be just muttering dudes and doing the death scenes once again. Was there a zombie?
  • It’s not a zombie. It’s probably a mirage, I think.
  • Mirage will be released in 2023. Preorder is required for the Forty Thieves sidequest.
  • Next, we’ll be looking at the entire series. When I was present at the press demo for the first title, they didn’t talk about the future aspects of the games yet, so they would dismiss all glitchy UI elements as if they didn’t know.
  • Assassin’s Creed Vahalla has more DLC. As DLC, they’re showing off the “final chapter” of Valhalla. It will be released in the coming months.
  • We now move on to the Assassin’s Creed Mobile, which is separate from Netflix’s Assassin’s Creed game. It is set in China and is called Codename jade. It is a game of create-a-character.
  • With the show team, the team co-developed the Netflix live-action series.
  • We’re finally closing on Assassin’s Creed infinity. They have finally pressed the emergency button and are now doing an Assassin’s Creed Japanese version. It is titled Codename Red.
  • Ubisoft Quebec’s Odyssey team is currently developing Red.
  • Ubisoft Montreal continues to work on a flagship Assassin’s Creed title, Codename, which is about the Holy Roman Empire. According to rumors.
  • Both games can be found within Assassin’s Creed infinity. This is not a game but a hub/platform that hosts Codename Red or Codename Heexe.
  • Ubisoft is also considering multiplayer. I enjoyed it and was disappointed that they didn’t bring it back.

That’s it! The show is over. While there were some highlights, it is still unclear how much of that will help Ubisoft break the vicious circle of delays and other critical failures. Perhaps it doesn’t matter. Perhaps it doesn’t matter as long as sales are high and casual fans are satisfied, then there is no problem. It remains to be seen.

ICYMI: Everything from Ubisoft Forward September 2022
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