On Sunday, French video game maker Ubisoft hosted an event called Ubisoft Forward to discuss upcoming titles, including titles designed for the new consoles.
These new games include Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, this time the latest edition of the company’s historic fiction seriesof the ninth century. There is also Watch Dogs Legion, a game about a group of hackers who are fighting against evil companies and social ruin after a Brexit-like fight (Even escapism is sometimes inspired by the dark realities of the world). The company also discussed of lonely wolf against the world shooting games with actor Giancarlo Esposito.
However, the event is difficult for Ubisoft. The company became the center ofinvolving four current and former employees who have previously forced Assassins Creed Valhalla’s creative director to step down and take a vacation. Ubisoft said it is investigating the allegations.
“Ubisoft has failed to meet its commitment to guaranteeing its employees a safe and inclusive work environment. This is unacceptable because toxic behaviors are in direct contrast to values that I never compromised – and never will,” said Yves Guillemot, CEO and co-founder of Ubisoft, said in a statement. “I am committed to making profound changes across the company to improve and strengthen our workplace culture.”
However, the company’s stream was not smooth. Ubisoft informed fans that if they followed the event live, it would give away free copies of its 2016 hacking game Watch Dogs 2. However, the company isThe fans are confused whether they can still get the free game. Ubisoft later sent a tweet that promised they would.
Ubisoft said there will be another event later this year to announce more games. Together with our sister site GameSpot, the CNET global team will report on Ubisoft’s event and other conferences that have moved online amid the spread of the corona virus. Our reporting includes the real-time updates, comments and analysis that you can only get here. So stay tuned.
Ubisoft has announced the following:
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Ubisoft gave a deeper look at the latest historical fiction games, Assassins Creed Valhalla. It will be available on Microsoft’s Xbox, Sony’s PlayStation, Google Stadia and PC in November.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Ubisoft announced new additions to its war simulation game Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which, among other things, offers new ways to play the game.
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Watch Dogs Legion
The company took another look at its hacking game Watch Dogs Legion.
Far Cry 6
Ubisoft announced the latest installment of its Lone Wolf vs The World series Far Cry 6, set in a fictional Cuban-like country. It will be released in February 2021.