Ubisoft Forward has come and gone, and with it a whole load of information on the publisher’s lineup of upcoming PC games. Even with E3 gone, the summer game announcement schedule is deep in progress, and today should bring us plenty of details ahead of the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla release date, the Far Cry 6 release date, and the Watch Dogs Legion release date.
Aside from the games, it’s impossible to ignore what’s been going on with Ubisoft more broadly right now – in the wake of unrest from within the company as a result of reported sexual harassment and misconduct over the years, a number of Ubisoft executives have resigned or been replaced. The company says today’s show has been pre-recorded, and will not address these issues in any capacity.
With all that in mind, however, Ubisoft has still showcased its games today, alongside a Watch Dogs 2 giveaway to encourage you to tune in.
Here’s everything you need to know from Ubisoft Forward.
— Just Dance 2020 (@justdancegame) July 12, 2020
Just Dance 2020 shows off some new content
Per tradition, Ubisoft kicks things off by showing off Just Dance – not the next game, but some new content for for Just Dance 2020.
Summer in Hollywood has just kicked off in The Crew 2, and we're not stopping there! Get the 1967 Volkswagen Beetle for 1 Crew Credit now through July 14 and catch a sneak peek of what's to come for Year 3 in Motornation. pic.twitter.com/jnXfTbJzgy
— The Crew 2 (@TheCrewGame) July 12, 2020
The Crew 2 Year 3 gets a brief teaser
The Crew 2 is still trucking along, and while Ubisoft mostly showed off some recent existing updates, the studio also provided a brief teaser for Year 3.
An exciting endurance challenge is coming back to the Trials franchise – the Gigatrack! The Gigatrack tests your skills as the longest track in a Trials game EVER! Ready for the challenge? Available for free on July 16. pic.twitter.com/XB06ziDac5
— Trials Rising (@TrialsGames) July 12, 2020
Trials Rising gets the gigatrack on July 16
Season 6 of Trials Rising rolls on, and the devs detail the next big addition.
AI Teammates are here, Ghosts. Fury, Fixit, and Vasily have got your back. Customize their look, loadout, and behavior when the free update drops July 15.
— Ghost Recon (@GhostRecon) July 12, 2020
Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s AI teammates get detailed
After a lengthy wait, Ubisoft has finally broken down everything you need to know about Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s impending AI teammates, landing July 15.
Get your first look at new #WatchDogsLegion gameplay now. Recruit anyone from the entire population of London into your resistance. Coming Oct 29th.
— Watch Dogs: Legion (@watchdogsgame) July 12, 2020
Watch Dogs Legion is out October 29, 2020
Watch Dogs Legion got a fresh gameplay overview, along with the news that the game is due to launch on October 29.
Brawlhalla mobile release date set for August 6
Brawlhalla’s iOS and Android ports are coming August 6, with full cross-play.
— Tom Clancy's Elite Squad (@tcelitesquad) July 12, 2020
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad is still coming soon
The mobile iteration of the Tom Clancy universe is still your only chance to see Sam Fisher in action for the foreseeable future.
The Hyper Scape is waiting.
Join the Open Beta and prove you have what it takes to become a champion of Crown Rush. Download and play for free on Uplay PC today! pic.twitter.com/8cgoUx1TdY
— Hyper Scape (@HyperScapeGame) July 12, 2020
The Hyper Scape open beta is now available
After a limited technical test, you can now play Ubisoft’s battle royale, Hyper Scape, without restriction.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla launches on November 17
We’ve got a new look at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla plus an actual launch date of November 17.
Watch the world premiere of Far Cry 6, featuring Giancarlo Esposito and set in the war-torn world of Yara. Available Feb. 18, 2021.
— Far Cry 6 (@FarCrygame) July 12, 2020
Far Cry 6 is due out February 18
To no one’s surprise after loads of leaks, Ubisoft has confirmed that Far Cry 6 is indeed coming, on February 18.