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How To Watch Ubisoft Forward September Event Today?

Ubisoft came up with its first-ever Ubisoft Forward event in July this year. It was a huge success, and we got to look at some of the popular games that Ubisoft will launch in late 2020 and early 2021. However, Ubisoft has a lot of things to showcase, and a single event was not enough. So, Ubisoft is organizing a second Ubisoft Forward September event today – 10th September.

Ubisoft Forward September Event

We have seen Microsoft’s, Sony’s, and the Ubisoft Event in 2020, and only Ubisoft mentioned what it would talk about at these events. So, it is pretty much clear what we will see in today’s event. In case you were not following the Ubisoft announcement, let us go through a brief about today’s event.

Ubisoft has announced that today’s Ubisoft Forward September will showcase Brawhalla gameplay, talk about For Honor and Roller Champions, as well as talk about The Division 2 updates. Additionally, we will get to see the “Red Patriot” update for Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Ubisoft will also discuss the next big update for its popular Rainbow Six: Siege, along with Hyperscape, the battle-royale game. We also expect to see more of Watch Dogs: Legion and a presentation about Immortals: Fenyx Rising (originally referred to as Gods and Monsters).

We might also get to see more details about FarCry 6, Assassins Creed: Valhalla, and Beyond Good and Evil 2.

Prince of Persia Remake

Before the previous Ubisoft event, rumors about FarCry 6 were making the rounds, and Ubisoft confirmed that FarCry 6 is coming out in March 2021. This time, we have heard that Ubisoft is working on a remake of its popular Prince of Persia game. So, we expect to see if these rumors are true.

Prince of Persia was one of the most-popular franchises of Ubisoft. However, the French developer ditched it in the favour of Assassins Creed games, which were supposed to be a spin-off of Prince of Persia.

How to Watch Ubisoft Forward 2?

If you ask Ubisoft about the perfect place to watch the event, they will refer to the official website. But it isn’t the only place you can watch the latest Ubisoft event. The live stream would also be available on Ubisoft’s official Twitch and YouTube channels. You can expect channels like IGN to stream the event as well.

The live stream of Ubisoft Forward September is set to start at 3 PM Eastern Time (12 AM IST, 11th September) on 10th September. Ubisoft will also conduct a pre-show that would begin at 2 PM. The first Ubisoft Forward stream laster 45 minutes, and we expect this event to be of a similar duration. 

Are you excited about the Ubisoft Forward September? What games are you interested in? Will Ubisoft reveal Prince of Persia Remake?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Parth Singh
I have been writing content for websites since 2018, and on Phoneswiki, I am your source for the latest news, leaks, and rumors about the latest games, gadgets, and other similar products.


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