Ubisoft E3 Conference 2018
Ubisoft had a big showing at E3 this year with plenty of game announcements as well as new looks at games we know are coming.
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance 2019 opened Ubisoft’s E3 conference with a classically ‘Ubisoft’ dance number to get everyone in the party mood.
Beyond Good and Evil 2
Beyond Good and Evil 2 once again gave fans a stunning cinematic trailer to set the tone for this game. Its release is still far off but these trailers have been such high quality that it keeps fans happy.
Ubisoft is also working with hitRECord to allow creators to contribute to the games development across all forms of media such as art and music.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Rainbow Six Siege gave fans an update with the announcement there have been over 35 million players so far.
To celebrate its success there is a new documentary focusing on the ESports players called Another Mindset coming later this year.
Trails returns in February with Trials Rising. The latest game looks awesome and will release across all platforms including the Nintendo Switch.
The Division 2
The Division 2 had a strong showing on Ubisoft’s stage with a new cinematic trailer as well as several big announcements.
8 player raids are coming to the Division 2 as well as 3 DLC packs coming in the first year.
Each DLC pack will contain story, activities and areas and will be completely free to all players.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
Mario + Rabbids got a fun orchestral performance to celebrate the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC coming on June 26th.
Skull and Bones
Skull and Bones returned to Ubisoft’s show from last year with a new cinematic trailer as well as a solid gameplay demo that showed off the ship combat and mission structure.
Elijah Wood took to the stage to announce a new horror VR game coming called Transference.
Starlink is still coming and the latest trailer showed off not only the customisation options but also the great locations and hints at the story.
The release date was also revealed as October 16th across all platforms.
Star Fox in Starlink
The biggest announcement from Starlink though was that Star Fox will be in the game exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.
For Honor was next with some new updates. The PC founders edition is free until Monday on UPlay.
The next major update was also revealed as Marching Fire. Coming in October this update will bring 4 vs 4 Breach mode to the game.
The Crew 2
The Crew 2 made a brief appearance to show off a new trailer and announce that the Beta is now available for preload.
Assassins Creed Odyssey
The biggest game of Ubisoft’s conference was undoubtedly Assassins Creed Odyssey. This years title builds upon the RPG elements from Origins and places them inside a gorgeous Ancient Greek setting.
Players can now choose to play as either a male or female character and each will feature deep customisation options.
Dialogue trees also come to Assassins Creed Odyssey to allow players to truly craft their own experience and story.
Assassins Creed Odyssey will launch October 5th.