What Can We Expect From Ubisoft Forward In September

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What Can We Expect From Ubisoft Forward In September
What Can We Expect From Ubisoft Forward In September

Ubisoft Forward is coming back in September, and we’re hoping to hear more about some highly anticipated Ubisoft Games. Unfortunately, we haven’t received too much gaming news since COVID-19 began ravaging the world and forced the shutdown or slowdown of many development games.

Fortunately, it looks like this September’s Ubisoft Forward will be bigger than the previous ones with big game announcements we missed out on in the previous event. Ubisoft Forward will consist of multiple events, including a pre-show, a post-show, and the main event in between. Let’s take a look at some of the details.

When Is Ubisoft Forward 2020 September Start Time And Date?

The Ubisoft Forward September 2020 start time will kick-off at 2 pm EDT with a pre-show. The pre-show will last about an hour before heading into the main event at 3 pm EDT. The post-show for Ubisoft Forward will take place directly after the main event. If you’re wondering how you can watch the Ubisoft Forward 2020 September event, you can watch it through all of IGN’s social channels from Twitter to TikTok. You can also watch it on Pluto TV, Plex Live TV, Roku, and Apple TV.

What Will Game Titles Will 2020 Ubisoft Forward Showcase?

The pre-show of Ubisoft Forward will feature news from already-released titles such as The Division 2 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint. There’s also confirmation of a Brawlhalla matchup.

The main event of Ubisoft 2020 September will feature games we’ve been excited to hear about, such as Watch Dogs: Legion and Immortals Fenyx Rising (previously known as Gods and Monsters).

There are also rumors that Prince of Persia will make some sort of debut at Ubisoft Forward on September 10th.

While the previous Ubisoft Forward only showed Far Cry 6 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, we’re looking forward to finally seeing some of the ambitious titles Ubisoft has been teasing for so long. Unfortunately, the company is still in the midst of controversy surrounding its workplace culture of abuse, so expect there to be some backlash online.

However, those looking forward to the event will definitely be walking away with some exciting news.

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Michael Langdon
I write about video games, television, movies and the internet.
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