Ubisoft Forward Begun With Half Baked Promises
Not Everything Went Forward As Planned
Ubisoft made huge waves before their Ubisoft Forward event when they said, they would be enabling drops and offering Watch Dogs 2 to any who is going to watch the show but due to some technical issues, a lot of players were unable to get the codes.
Still not login able
Still no game code able to get and then banned for doing this because wrong attempts.
— Levyus ??❤ (@JustLevyus) July 12, 2020
To make matters worse, people even got their accounts banned on Uplay causing a bit of an uproar on Twitter during Ubisoft Forward, luckily for everyone Ubisoft was quick to announce that they’re working on solving this issue and will give out keys to basically everyone with an Uplay account.
With Watch Dogs Legion around the corner, getting your hands on Watch Dogs 2 will help you get into the world of hackers and cybersecurity so that by the time Watch Dogs Legion comes out a lot of people will know how the game works.
Ubisoft has been going through tremendous internal changes in their pursuit to make the work environment less hostile and more welcoming. A number of key people have been fired and though that wasn’t addressed during the event, Ubisoft has assured that they will do it soon.
While Ubisoft works on giving out Watch Dogs 2, we will keep updating everyone on how that takes place and when you will be able to. You can check out Ubisoft’s official announcement about the drops right here.
Don't worry! We'll be giving out the rewards to all of you, even if you were unable to log in successfully. Sit back and enjoy the show!
— Ubisoft Support (@UbisoftSupport) July 12, 2020
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