Ubisoft Announces Community Event, Ubisoft Experience, Coming To Sydney In September

The publisher is bringing upcoming games like Watch Dogs: Legion and Ghost Recon: Breakout to the event; all proceeds are going to charity.

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Ubisoft has announced an all-new community event called "Ubisoft Experience." The event, which is described as an "immersive community event," is coming to three cities around the world, including Sydney, Australia. The event will be held Saturday 14-15 at the Roundhouse at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. The other two cities are Paris, France and Birmingham, England (however, dates for those events were not confirmed).

The Ubisoft Experience includes developer panels, competitions, and meet-and-greets, while attendees can also play classic and upcoming Ubisoft games. Some of the recent and not-yet-released titles that will be on-hand at the Ubisoft Experience include Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Beyond Good & Evil 2, and Roller Champions.

Tickets to the Sydney event cost $20 AUD, and all proceeds go to the R U OK? charity, which is a suicide prevention organization.

"The Ubisoft Experience is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the Australian gaming community and directly engage with our fans," Ubisoft Australia managing director Edward Fong said in a statement. "We can't wait for the community to see what we have in store for them and are thrilled to showcase some of our biggest titles and host some of our brightest talent from around the world… see you this September!"

The Ubisoft Experience event runs 10 AM - 6 PM on September 14 and 15. You can find more particulars about the event here on Ticketek.

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