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Ubisoft Forward Set For July 12th Stream – Viewers Get To Claim Free Watch Dogs 2 Copy

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This year has been the year of online streams from office work to video games everything seems to have gone to a virtual path. With countless gaming events cancelled this time around it was only natural for folks to turn on their live cameras and aim for a much-needed stream section.

Ubisoft Forward does exactly that with an array of news to announce and a detailed look at future titles, new updates, free rewards and much more. The event itself is to debut this July 12th at 10:30 AM PDT with the folks over at Ubisoft discussing updates, features and gameplay streaming.

The main show featuring the much-awaited Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, Hyper Scape and a bunch more of surprises would begin at 12 PM., Of course, the highlight of the event is that folks tuning in after the pre-show get to claim a free copy of Watch Dogs 2 on their Uplay accounts. However, this deal is only valid for PC users who’ve linked their Uplay accounts to their stream.

The rewards just don’t end there, however, folks get a chance to answer a few trivia questions to win more rewards ranging from Uplay titles and much more. It seems as if this approach is to get more and more people to join in and enjoy on a different level. Most streams do get bland and boring at times but this time seems different.

With brands targetting solely on the online audience things are bound to surprise. Tune in on the stream here with respect to your regional timing.


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