While Ubisoft’s E3 Presentation started with a string arrangement for the Assassin’s Creed soundtrack, it soon transitioned over to a more traditional presentation. For Tom Clancy’s fans, this presentation was everything you could have asked for. However, other series, both new and previously revealed, had time to shine as well. Here are all the games (and more) showcased at E3:
Watch Dogs Legion
The next game in the Watch Dogs series, you’ll be tasked with taking on a futuristic, surveillance state version of London. One core game feature is that you will be able to recruit and play as anyone in the game, each with different stats and perks. Each recruit you find will have their own personality and add to the story in unique ways. However, there is permadeath so lose one of your recruits, they are gone forever.
Watch Dogs Legion will be available March 6th, 2020 on Xbox, PS4, PC and Stadia.
Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Phantom Sight
Starting tomorrow, this expansion will bring two new operators.
One of the big platform fighters in the industry will now add characters from the beloved cartoon Adventure Time. Finn, Jake and Princess Bubblegum will all join the cast of Brawlhalla and add a new tree fort stage as well. This will all be available today.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
Actor Jon Bernthal will lead a skilled combat team called “Wolves” against your team. Players can also play solo with AI teammates returning. Additionally, there will be a brand new community program called “Ghost Recon: Delta Company.” Ghost Recon: Breakpoint will release October 4th, 2019, with a beta on September 5th.
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad
Elite Squad will bring Tom Clancy’s legacy to mobile. Pre-register to get an exclusive character.
Just Dance 2020
A return of an iconic game series, Just Dance 2020 will be coming to all current generation systems and the Wii this November.
For Honor: Shadows of Hitokiri
A limited in-game event available now until June 27th, you will explore a haunted village. Souls killed by a legendary killer named Sakura will fight you to try to get your souls.
Rainbow Six: Quarantine
A horror take on the Rainbow Six formula, you and two other teammates will fight an unknown parasite. This horror shooter will be available early 2020.
Tom Clancy’s: The Division 2
A content update for this game, The Division 2 will travel around the world. Episode 1 will release in July with several new main missions at the National Zoo and well as Kenly College. With Episode 2 in the fall, The Division 2 will take gamers to the Pentagon as well as bringing the 2nd 8-player action raid. Finally in 2020, players will be on a manhunt in Episode 3.
For those who haven’t tried the game yet, there will be a free trial period from June 13th – 16th. Additionally, The Division movie is now being made in partnership with Netflix.
A mix between Rocket League and rollerblading, Roller Champions will heavily involve team play, competition and literal off the wall showmanship. You can download UPlay E3 Demo and play now until June 14th.
Gods & Monsters
A new IP for Ubisoft, this journey will take you on a mythological journey. Seemingly open-world, you’ll be able to encounter, fight and experience many of the mythological locations and monsters throughout your journey. Gods & Monsters will be available February 25th, 2020.
Ubisoft also made note of a couple of its non-game projects, including UPlay+ and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet. UPlay+ is Ubisoft’s new subscription gaming service for PC. For $14.99/month, users will have access to premium new games with all content as well as a large selection of current games. In 2020, this service will also be available on Stadia.
Finally, Ubisoft partnered with TV producers to help created Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, a new show about a game company making a world famous MMO. While not necessarily games or gameplay, it was a unique addition to the convention.
To check out Ubisoft’s full presentation, see the video above.