Celebrating their 10 years at E3 Ubisoft, they made a statement by showing off some new titles and proving their long-term support for their current multiplayer games such as The Division 2, For Honor and Rainbow 6 Siege. Even so, Ubisoft still had a couple of surprises up their sleeve.
Hacking and urban justice is back with Watch_Dogs Legion, the third entry in this vigilante hack-crazy series. The revolt against the corporations doesn’t simply fall on the shoulders of a single person, but an entire organization that you can control and recruit, adding a level of depth and intrigue to the open world and its inhabitants.
The people behind the hilarious raunchy immoral television show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is back to make a office comedy set in a game developer studio.
Rainbow Six Siege Clutch Royal
Rainbow Six Siege shows off their new operator from the Secret Service and new game mode with its 4th year of support.
Brawlhalla x Adventure Time
Two worlds collide as Platforming Fighting Game Brawlhalla gets a new mode along side characters and maps from the Adventure Time universe
Ghost Recon Breakpoint
We get an extra sneak peek at the world and setting of the newest Ghost Recon and a deeper look into Jon Bernthal’s Character: Cole D. Walker. Ubisoft also reassured us that the single player AI companions return as well to the Squad Based tactical shooter.
All of Tom Clancy’s video game worlds come together in this new mobile game where characters from Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six, The Division and Splinter Cell all come together.
Just Dance 2020
Just Dance comes in with its 2020 entry with hot new songs and bright energy. Also, once again a version is coming out for the Nintendo Wii.
For Honor Shadows of the Hitokiri
For Honor shows its new game mode named after its most recent addition to their roster: the Hitokiri.
Rainbow Six Quarantine
A small sneak peak at the new Coop PVE Rainbow Six experience.
The Division 2 Year 1
The Division 2 is receiving post launch support with expanding towards outside of D.C. and into the Outskirts
Ubisoft is also gaining onto the game subsciption service, as their games will become available for a monthly fee just like their peers. The service will be compatible with Google Stadia but appears only to be currently available in Europe as of this writing.
Basketball, Racing, Football and more make their mashup in this new take on sports.
God and Monsters
The big new one of Ubisoft is this mythical open world adventure game, Gods of Monsters. The gentle pastel art direction is highly reminiscent of Breath of the Wild and the promise of a land straight from mythology is just ripe with promise. Especially since this is the same team that gave us Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey.
And that was it for the major announcements at Ubisoft’s E3 conference. Overall, it was quite solid, but didn’t exactly have any major standouts such as updates on Beyond Good and Evil 2 or a new Splinter Cell game, but what’s here has my attention.