Ubisoft will hold a second Ubisoft Forward digital games showcase in September.
The news was announced by chief financial officer Frédérick Duguet during the company’s first quarter earnings call on Wednesday.
The publisher held its first fully digital conference, Ubisoft Forward, earlier in July.
On Wednesday’s conference call, Duguet said “the live event generated historic viewership”.
He added: “Ubisoft Forward was a major milestone and the response from our fans was very promising. We achieved record-high peak concurrent viewership during this event, surpassing our previous E3 conferences.”
Ubisoft Forward was used to announce a Watch Dogs Legion release date of October 29, 2020, an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla release date of November 17, 2020, and a Far Cry 6 release date of February 18, 2021.
All three titles will support Xbox Smart Delivery, which lets players buy a game once and play it across Xbox One and Xbox Series X, and free PS5 upgrades for players who buy the PS4 versions.
VGC recently got the chance to go hands-on with some of Ubisoft’s upcoming titles – see our newly published Watch Dogs Legions preview and exclusive Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gameplay video.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said on Wednesday that the publisher’s first wave of PS5 and Xbox Series X games won’t be priced at $70, but didn’t rule out its next-gen releases post-Christmas 2020 coming at a premium price.
He also said he is “very happy” with the way Skull & Bones is progressing after VGC reported exclusively this month that the pirate game has been rebooted.