Ubisoft is having its own E3 event and it is called Ubisoft Forward that will be set this Sunday. In the Philippines, by dawn on July 13, 2020 at 2:00 AM (Manila, Philippine Time). All players who watch the Ubisoft’s presentation will be able to unlock a free copy of one of the best AAA title of Ubisoft, the Watch Dogs 2.
UPDATE As of 07/13/2020 @ 10:13 AM: You can now claim the Watch_Dogs 2 and other freebies here: https://register.ubisoft.com/ubisoft-forward-reward/en-GB
UPDATE As of 07/13/2020 @ 8:13 AM : Due to influx of players and server issue during the Ubisoft Forward Event, Ubisoft will be rewarding everyone that has Ubisoft account all of the freebies that supposed to distribute during the event. Details on how to get this are yet to be announced.
The event will starts its pre-show on July 13, 2020 @ 2:00 AM (Manila, Philippine Time), which includes Ubisoft News Team showing off their tracks, interview and snippets for what to expect during the event. They will also reveal some information for the upcoming Just Dance 2020, Easter egg secret for The Division 2 and update to Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
The actual show will begin at 3:00 AM (Manila, Philippine Time) and we can expect to see latest footage of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Hyper Scape and many more.
How to Get a Free Copy of Watch Dogs 2
The live-stream will start on July 13, 2020 at 2:00 AM (Manila, Philippine Time). You need to login your uPlay account during the event for you to get a FREE copy of Watch Dogs 2. There are also trivia questions that players can participate and answer, where you’ll earn additional in-game rewards.
For now, we have no information on how exactly you can claim the free copy, but we will keep you posted on our FB page for the instruction to claim it.
For the meantime, if you don’t have uPlay account yet. We advised you to sign up right now because surely, a lot of players will be flooding the server during the event and you might have trouble signing up for an account.
Here is the trailer for the Ubisoft Forward Event.