Ubisoft have announced a new community event called simply Ubisoft Experience, where they'll come fully armed with their upcoming games Ghost Recon: Breakout and Watch Dogs: Legion, to name but a few, and all the proceeds go to charity.
With plenty of interest swirling around their upcoming games, the timing couldn't be better, and the event kicks off in the home of Black Sabbath, Birmingham, UK, from 24-25 August 2019.
Ubisoft Experience's next stop will be Sydney, Australia, which takes place from 14-15 September. Last but not least is Paris, France, although the date is still not confirmed, so you'll have to hold your horses on that one.
"There is a place for everyone in the Ubisoft Community: whether you are an FPS fan or an action adventure player, whether you love to explore the most beautiful ancient cities or fight the system in a modern metropolis, whether you love to watch esports or want to feel the thrill of competing yourself, whether you want to save the world or create real havoc...", they wrote.
Naturally, the havoc they're referring to is the one in the digital realm, and Ubisoft said that the event is all about celebrating our love of gaming.
The company stressed that if there's a single reason they're here, it's to create entertainment for their fans, who regularly end up making these worlds their own.
"You will get the chance to discover our new games, meet our teams and developers, learn more about your favourite games, and, most of all, share your passion with the rest of the community", Ubisoft wrote.
The company didn't exactly go into details on how these events will work and whether we're talking panel discussions or just live game demonstrations, but we should know soon enough.
Ubisoft have plenty to show too, from the post-Brexitian Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Beyond Good & Evil 2, Roller Champions and a few others too.