Ubisoft has launched one of its forward events, where the company has previewed more upcoming titles and details in its fall series. Immortals Phoenix Rising, Back Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, And the announcement of new games Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake And massive multiplayer Riders Republic.
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The most important announcement made by Ubisoft today was not part of the actual forward event – Ubisoft CEO Yves Gillemot finally made an announcement aimed at reports of racism, sexual misconduct and diversity and inclusion. Ubisoft company culture for a few years. “We’re at the beginning of a long journey,” Gilmot said. “Real change takes time.”
Company Also announced Two new programs designed to increase guidance opportunities for women and those from “under-represented groups”. Ubisoft said on Twitter that Gilmot’s message was not included in the main event due to “time constraints”, but that it would be added to the video when posted for on-demand viewing.
Finally Ubisoft has revealed more information on the upcoming things Immortals Phoenix Rising (Formerly known Gods & Monsters), Showing the world of Greek mythology-inspired and Nintendo-inspired gameplay The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It will be available on December 3 on Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Stadia. For more information, see ours Impressions are gained in a fluid, global, diffused way.
2003 Classic Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Getting a new remake in 2021 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Ubisoft says it has rebuilt the game from the ground up with its advanced Unwill engine, and the remake will have better combat and camera controls. It ends on January 21st.
Riders Republic Turns extreme games into massive multiplayer online games
Ubisoft is bringing tremendous games to even larger online audiences Riders Republic, A huge multiplayer game from the creators Steep, Focuses on all types of adrenaline-pumping activities, including biking, wing shooting, skiing, snowboarding and more. The company promises huge maps based on genuine GPS data from US national parks and the ability to compete simultaneously over 50 rivals. It will launch on February 25, 2021 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Google Stadia and PC.
The adaptation of Brian Lee O’Malley’s adaptation of the iconic comic book series is coming back a decade later (yet an unexplained removal from various digital store fronts). This will be the holiday for Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Stadia. It features bonus swords Chow and Wallace Wells character add-ons and returns A lot Good chipmunk soundtrack from Anamanaguchi.
Rainbow Six Siege Coming to next-gen consoles this year
Ubisoft’s famous sport shooter is heading for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The company has promised to support gameplay in 4K and 120 fps by the end of this year, with owners with free next-gen upgrades for existing PS4 and Xbox One. The company is newly announced nationwide Rainbow Six Siege World Cup competition and a new season of content Splinter CellSam Fisher.
See Dogs Legion Features special Stormjee and Aidan Pierce missions
To come See Dogs Legion Guest guest by London rapper Stormji, he appears in the game on October 29 with the special “Fall on My Enemies” mission. In addition, Aidan Pierce – The first blonde, hat-wearing hero Guard dogs – Set to return to the franchise as a playable role in the upcoming DLC expansion.
Hyperscape Getting “turbo mode” for a limited time
Taking a page from Ubisoft FortnightA book with a new, limited-time “turbo mode” Hyperscape War Royal, which – Similar to Epic’s Solid Gold Mode – Keeps players in the fastest game where all weapons are the maximum rarity. It starts on September 15th.