Ubisoft Forward Presentation to Feature American Sign Language

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The upcoming Ubisoft Forward presentation will be part of E3 and it is scheduled at 3 p.m. EST on June 12. The presentation is going to give fans a new look at current and upcoming Ubisoft titles. However, what's interesting is the video game developer and publisher will include American Sign Language to make the event more accessible.

The company shared a tweet earlier today that included a video with a person conveying a message in sign language. The video also included subtitles, part of which mentioned that "at Ubisoft, we are always looking for ways to make our worlds and experiences more accessible."

Ubisoft Forward will feature ASL for both the main show and pre-show. Moreover, the event will have subtitles in 12 different languages (Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mexican Spanish, Russian, Spanish, Traditional, and Simplified Chinese) to make the experience available to a wider range of viewers. Plus, the main show will be audio described in English.

What isn't clear is if the company also features ASL in the post-show that will follow the main show. The post-show will include a community briefing on Rainbow Six Siege, the new Operation North Star, and the Operator Thunderbird, and possibly other announcements related to the game. Stick around to view some Rainbow Six Siege fresh content reveals, such as the Y6S2 Streamer Charms, Community Artist Bundle, and Sixth Guardian Charity bundle partnerships. Additionally, those watching the stream via Twitch will have a chance to win an exclusive Fan Charm via Twitch Drops.

Ubisoft Forward is taking place two days from now on and the event will include hot news on Far Cry 6, For Honor, Rainbow Six Siege, and anything else that the studio may be developing. Though fans will need to hold their horses when it comes to Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake and The Division: Heartland as there seem to be no updates on these titles.

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