Those responsible for Ubisoft have announced two games showcases for the summer. Tomorrow, July 7, 2022, we can expect an event for Skull and Bones. The second stream should focus on various other games from Ubisoft.
Already in March there were rumors that Ubisoft is planning a big event, in which there should be status updates on the publisher’s long-known and new projects. It is unclear whether that was actually the original plan. However, it is now certain that the French company will host two games showcases this summer.
New gameplay to Skull and Bones
Already tomorrow, July 7, 2022, a spotlight is planned for 8:00 p.m. that will revolve solely around Skull and Bones. In the official announcement it means that a deep “A look at the upcoming multiplayer open-world pirate game inspired by the Indian Ocean during the golden age of piracy” expected.
The event is particularly exciting because there is said to be a turbulent development behind Skull and Bones. Whether the game still has too much to do with the vision that we at the 2017 announcement and at E3 2018 was presented? At the time, the release was planned for 2019. In recent years there have even been rumors that Ubisoft might have put the project on hold. So we’re definitely up YouTube or Twitter at launch to learn more about the current state of the game.
Big event in September
Ubisoft’s second event is scheduled to take place on September 10th at 9:00 p.m. Those in charge promise “new updates and news on various games and projects from Ubisoft teams around the world.” Ubisoft Forward will be on YouTube, Twitter and on the Ubisoft official website Posted.
And what could be the program items here? Well, status updates on Beyond Good and Evil 2 and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora would be great. Pretty sure we’ll see a new trailer for Mario + Rabbides Sparks of Hope. We’re also counting on The Division Heartland. At most a side note will be the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise. There should be a separate stream for them on September 20th, in which we will learn more about the future of the game series.