"We play together every day."
Translation:Bidh sinn a' cluiche còmhla ri chèile a h-uile latha.
Yes. There is no present tense in Scottish Gaelic except for the forms tha/(bh)eil of the bi to be verb – but they express the state at the moment, so like English present continuous.
In Classical Gaelic there was a difference between present tense and future tense (and there’s still such difference in Irish) but they merged in Scottish into one tense called future.
That’s the reason why I sometimes prefer to call it a non-past tense rather than future.