Raving Rabbids, Assassin’s Creed, The Division,… A recap of Ubisoft’s announcements regarding some of its most popular franchises.
On September 10, Ubisoft organized its famous Ubisoft Forward, which generally takes place during the June video game announcement period. This year, we had to wait a few more months but the wait is well worth it. after a flurry of announcements about the franchise Assassin’s Creed, which we have summarized for you right here, a few other important games have appeared. Here are the 3 most important announcements, those that should not be missed during the evening.
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
The sequel to the bestseller bringing together the craziest characters in the history of video games is soon here, and it reveals its content on the sidelines of its release. Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is getting a DLC with the image of another great Ubisoft hero, we named Rayman. A meeting that promises us crazy adventures from October 20 on Nintendo Switch.
Skull and Bones
Let the pirates set sail, Skull and Bones reveals more about its gameplay with a new trailer. Thus, we learn more about the history of the title, which takes place in the middle of the second golden age of piracy, as well as about the game mechanics. Players therefore know what to expect before the release of the title next November 8.
Finally, Ubisoft ends its stream of important announcements with some news about games Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, The Division Heartland and The Division Resurgence. Between new content, first images for some and test phases, fans of the franchise will not be disappointed by the announcements that you can find in the video below. For the two titles that have not yet been released, betas are planned and you can still register for them.
All the other Ubisoft announcements can be found in the replay of the livestream that we put for you right here. Besides these announcements, the studio touched on several other games, such as Trackmania, Rocksmith+ or Just Dance 2023 who gets a release date.