They really picked the assassin out of Assassin’s Creed, eh?
Far Cry 6 teaser looks sick though.
Was gone in Odyssey as well.
Very true, should rename it to Merc’s Creed.
I just hope it actually ties into the Creed unlike Odyssey. I heard one of the DLCs had something about the hidden blade, but I don’t know beyond that.
Ubisoft’s Yves Guillemot popped up at the end of the event, saying, “I hope you have enjoyed what you have seen today, and that you will love playing these games. I am proud of our teams for delivering an ambitious, broad, and creative lineup of games, and we haven’t shown you everything yet. In fact, we have a lot more to come. So you will have another Ubisoft Forward to reveal even more about our upcoming games.”
Ubisoft Forward brought several release date announcements, including an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla release date, a release date and new trailer for Watch Dogs: Legion, and an official reveal of Far Cry 6 along with its release date too. Yet there were also several Ubisoft games we’ve been hoping for that weren’t shown during tonight’s event, including Gods & Monsters, Skull & Bones, Beyond Good and Evil 2, and Rainbow Six Quarantine. Guillemot doesn’t specify whether there will be new reveals specifically in this next Ubisoft Forward, or just reveals of more details for games which have already been announced. For now, however, we can hope that one or more of these other anticipated titles will be shown at the next event.
Just watched the new gameplay trailer, can’t wait! Fighting engine reminds me of AC III.
Update: The second Ubisoft Forward event will take place in September, as confirmed during Ubisoft’s recent earnings call thanks, PC Gamer. No specific date was given, nor was there any clue as to what might be shown; however, there are several major games we didn’t see during the last Ubisoft Forward such as Gods & Monsters, Skull & Bones, Beyond Good and Evil 2, and Rainbow Six Qurantine. The first two are a definite possibility: Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot says Gods & Monsters and Skull & Bones are “well on the way”. What are you hoping to see in September? Let us know in the comments!