Ubisoft to hold new release event ‘Ubi Forward’ in June – Game Insight VRESP

▲ Source: Ubisoft SNS


Ubi Forward, an event where you can preview Ubisoft’s new game lineup, is scheduled to be held in June.


On the 4th, Ubisoft announced the news of the UbiForward event on its official SNS. This year’s Ubi Forward is scheduled to be held on June 10 (local time) in Los Angeles, USA, and live game updates and new game news are expected to be revealed.


Last year, new titles such as Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and Star Wars Outlaw were released at Ubi Forward. This year, there is a possibility that Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, a remake of which is being developed along with the previously released Assassin’s Creed IP new game Codename: Red, will be mentioned.


Meanwhile, prior to Ubi Forward, the Summer Game Fest is scheduled to be held on June 7 (local time) where you can preview new games from game companies around the world.


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