The Ubisoft conference at the E3 2021, the third edition of the Ubisoft Forward, will be celebrated on Saturday June 12 at 9:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time. Be an event of one hour duration to focus on the next blockbusters of the French company. An hour before the main event there will be a broadcast focusing on their game-as-a-service news: For Honor, Trackmania, The Crew 2, Brawlhalla and others. Then, at 22:00, there will be a broadcast dedicated to the shooter tactical Rainbow Six Siege and your community.

The games that will be: Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six Extraction

Ubisoft has made clear some of the games that will be in the central conference, that is, the one that will take place between 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. It will show a primer gameplay official from Rainbow Six Extraction, which until now we know as Quarantine; Its about shooter cooperative tactical in which players will have to fight a virus that does not stop mutating. It is developed by Ubisoft Montreal with the support of other teams from the firm.

Far Cry 6 also be present at the event. From the title of we saw an extensive gameplay in late May, but more details will be given in the Forward. It’s about a shooter open world that follows the formula of previous installments of the saga, but set in a fictional country inspired by Cuba where there will be defeat the tyrant president with the help of the guerrillas in the jungle. For the first time in the saga there will be a big city.

From Ubisoft Annecy we will also see Riders Republic, announced in the Forward last September. It is a game of careers where they anan extreme sports such as cycling, skiing, snowboarding, wingsuit and self propelled wingsuit in an open world. We will also see the new content that they will receive Assassins Creed Valhalla Y Rainbow Six Siege. There will be a part focused on production audiovisual, like the series Mythic Quest Apple TV + and movie Werewolves Within.

Those that could be: Beyond Good & Evil 2, Skull & Bones, Avatar 2

We will see Beyond Good & Evil 2 in the Ubisoft Forward? It is not impossible, of course, but the title has had many comings and goings and little is known about its stage of development. It was in 2014 when Ubisoft Montpellier confirmed that they were working on the game, something they reiterated in 2016 in the face of cancellation rumors. The game was shown with a cinematic trailer in the E3 2017 and some development journals were published. But since December 2018, silence almost absolute. The main person in charge of the project, Michel Ancel, Ubisoft Dej by the end of 2020, but this has not affected development, according to Yves Guillemot, president of the company.

Another game that seems to be a little adrift it is Skull & Bones. The game of naval battles from Ubisoft Singapore was announced at E3 2017, but we have not seen new materials since 2018. The French company confirmed that the development is going from strength to strength, but with a “new vision” that was not detailed. The title has been postponed and will be released sometime later. between April 2022 and the end of March 2023.

There was another delay recently: Avatar 2, the ambitious game of Massive Entertainment (The Division) which was also announced in 2017 and which launch, at the earliest, in 2022, to coincide with the premiere of the second film in the saga created by James Cameron, which is scheduled for release on December 16 of that year. The same studio is also working on a game of Star Wars open world announced this year, but it won’t be released until after Avatar.

Roller champions, from Ubisoft Montreal, is planned for this fiscal year (that is, before March 2022) and has already had various tests for players, so it would not be surprising that he appeared at the event. Another title that is out there without making much noise is The Settlers, a reboot of the saga carried out by Ubisoft Blue Byte and that since his delay was announced (it was filed in 2018), we have not heard from him.

Those who will not be: The Division Heartland Y Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Ubisoft has also clarified the games that will not be in the Ubisoft Forward in June. First, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake, the revision of the 2003 classic developed by Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mumbai which, after being shown last year, was not to everyone’s liking and has been delayed until 2022. Massive Entertainment have also warned that his saga The Division do not go to the appointment, nor with the just announced free to play The Division Heartland nor with the new contents of The Division 2.

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