Recently, we learned that PlayStation, Nintendo and Activision Blizzard will not be participating in gamescom 2022. These first two have, presumably, planned their own event(s), in the form of Nintendo Direct and State of Play/PlayStation Showcase. While a Nintendo Direct is scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, PlayStation has not announced a State of Play or PlayStation Showcase, yet.
However, players can count on the presence of many other development studios and publishers at gamescom 2022. This is the case, in particular, ofUbisoft. Indeed, the studio behind the license Assassin's Creed, among others, has, recently, confirmed his presence, through his official Twitter account.
See you at @gamescom!
August 24-28, stay tuned for more news... pic.twitter.com/lPQDovmc1e
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) June 27, 2022
At this time, we don't yet know what Ubisoft games are scheduled for this year's Opening Night Live. There is little chance that a next Assassin's Creed opus will be unveiled at this time since Ubisoft has organized an event to discuss the future of the license in September. We may have news from Skull & Bones, the remake of Splinter Cell or Beyond Good Evil 2. However, nothing is less certain at present.
To find out what Ubisoft has in store for us in the coming months, we have to be a little more patient and wait for gamescom 2022. See you from August 23.