Ubisoft has stated that it will attend Gamescom 2022, despite the fact that several other firms have stated that they will not go. A quick statement on Ubisoft’s Twitter last night confirmed that the publisher will be present at this August’s Cologne-based event, but did not specify which games would be available.

Ubisoft’s move follows the recent withdrawals of Sony, Nintendo, Activision Blizzard, and Take-Two from the event. Microsoft has yet to make an announcement, and it is unclear what it will include.

Previous to the pandemic, Gamescom was the world’s largest games event in terms of attendance, with over 370,000 gamers passing through its doors in 2019.

Ubisoft joins Bandai Namco and Embracer as firms with a presence on the 2022 exhibit floor.

So, what may Ubisoft reveal? The publisher appears to be preparing to release its long-awaited nautical simulator Skull & Bones, as well as an Avatar game based on James Cameron’s sci-fi franchise. There have also been rumours of a small-scale Assassin’s Creed game being released at some time, however nothing has been confirmed.

Wherever you are, Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event will return, allowing you to catch your daily dose of host Geoff Keighley from the comfort of your own home.



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