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Every year Ubisoft's E3 showcase has been the place to see game reveals, demos, and glimpses at what's coming from the studio. And with E3 cancelled, Ubisoft Forward is set to fill that gap with the company's first digital showcase covering "exclusive game news, exciting reveals, and much more".

Scheduled for July 12 at 12PM PDT (July 13 at 5am AEST) at the very least this will the moment we get a deep dive into Assassin's Creed Valhalla gameplay. In terms of other titles should see - there's Watch Dogs: Legion, Gods and Monsters, and the futuristic Rainbow Six Quarantine.



Actually Ubisoft has quite a few projects we know about; including Beyond Good and Evil 2 and the missing in action Skull & Bones. Throw in a couple of Sam Fisher sized surprises and maybe even a look at the next Far Cry and Ubisoft Forward could be something huge. Especially as most titles will be optimised for next-gen PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X hardware.



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