Free distribution to broadcasters Ubisoft Forward did not work as planned - and now everyone can hurry up and apply for the successful open world game without paying
The uPlay saga and the free distribution of the Watch_Dogs 2 title gets an unexpected twist, or maybe very unexpected actually - depending on who asks. While the Forward broadcast featured some of the distributor's major new games UviSoft (Ubisoft) has moved properly for a large portion of viewers around the world, the platform's user system Uplay Did not withstand the heavy load and actually collapsed, so many of those viewers were unable to log in to the service to enjoy eligibility for the game and some additional digital bonuses for The Division 2, Watch_Dogs Legion and Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Although it was a free distribution of authority, many users were dissatisfied with the general conduct that enticed them to join a broadcast that did not necessarily interest them in hopes of receiving prizes that became virtually unavailable - thankfully now comes the distribution and development platform that allows all uPlay users Sign up and demand the gifts in question, even if you did not watch the eventUbisoft Forward rule.
All subscribers should see Watch_Dogs 2 added to their digital library within a few hours of signing up, when it is not clear how long the benefit will be available - so it is highly recommended to link now, identify yourself and wait your turn in the title distribution (worth at least 10 euros, atMatch its current minimum discount price).
What else did we have at Ubisoft Forward, other than technical issues? First gameplay videos from the new game Watch_Dogs Legion, which claims to take advantage of every drop of the latest social and political mood in the Western world with a distinctly anti-establishment approach. The official launch on October 29, 2020 with a PC version, a version of the Stadia streaming platform from Google, Versions for the current generation consoles of Sony and Microsoft and also a version for Consoles The next generation is fast approaching.
We also got a new gameplay video for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, which is not getting too many discounts from viewers at the moment due to claims that the series is losing its unique identity and is too busy trying to adopt elements from other successful action titles. Here, too, the launch will arrive in the end-of-year months, on November 17, 2020 to be exact - with versions for the current generation of consoles and the next generation at the same time.
The free action game and the free Battle Royale Hyper Scape is now available to everyone as part of its open beta tests - in case you feel like you've exhausted PUBG, Apex Legends and Call of Duty: Warzone and are interested in moving on to the next challenge.
For dessert, we received an exposure video, launch date is scheduled (February 18, 2021) and also תמונות First out of Far Cry The intriguing 6 starring the enigmatic Gus Fringe from 'Breaking Bad' (or starring the actor Giancarlo Esposito who played him, to be precise - though the resemblance between the two characters is impossible to ignore) - but without practical gameplay at this point.
Improvised weapons, nostalgic vehicles, a combination of wildlife and urban environments - and images that are meant to illustrate the gameplay but do not come from the game itself, in the best tradition in the series Far Cry In its modern incarnation