All Of Ubisoft’s Announcements From E3 2019

Earlier this morning, Ubisoft had their turn at E3 2019, announcing a bunch of new information for their existing roster of games, and some new ones. Here’s all they announced.

DIY Assassin’s Creed Quests

During the pre-show for their E3 conference, Ubisoft announced that a Story Creator mode would be coming to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that will allow players to craft their own huge, expansive narratives with branching dialogue choices and options.

Assassin’s Creed Symphony

Before you get too excited, it’s just an orchestra travelling the world performing score from the games.

Watch Dogs Legion

Ubi really kicked off the show with a gameplay trailer of Watch Dogs Legion, indeed set with a dystopian London. Most interestingly, it now features permadeath, requiring you to assemble a team of hackers you can select to play in the event of death.

Unbelievably, any character in the game world can be recruited to join the cause. They all have backstories and are fully voice-acted and animated. Pretty crazy!

Mythic Quest

A new TV show made in collaboration with Ubisoft and Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer and star, Rob McElhenney, taking the piss out of game development and an egotistic creative director.

Rainbow Six Seige – Phantom Sight

A trailer for the new Rainbow Six Seige update was released, featuring the new operator, Warden.

Brawlhalla x Adventure Time

Finn and Jake, along with Princess Bubblegum, are coming to Brawlhalla. The event also features a new Buddy game mode and a new Adventure Time themed map called Tree Fort.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint

Jon Bernthal took the stage after a new story trailer properly introducing his character, as well as introducing a new gameplay trailer. It was also announced there will be a playable beta September 5th.

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Tom Clancy Elite Squad

A new mobile game assembling a roster of familiar Tom Clancy characters, with a cutesy, cartoony art style, was announced.

Just Dance 2020

The new Just Dance was revealed with a musical number featuring Panic at the Disco’s “High Hopes” led the way, followed by “Kill This Love” by Blackpink and Little Big’s “Skibidi”.

For Honor LTM

For Honor is receiving a limited time mode, Soul Rush, with spectral customisations for all heroes and “otherworldly map ambience.”

Rainbow Six Quarantine

A brand-new Rainbow Six game, called Quarantine was announced. It’s a 3-player tactical co-op first-person shooter that can be experienced entirely in co-op. It’s out next year.

The Division 2 Update

Three new expansions are coming to The Division 2, taking players outside of Washington DC and to the Pentagon. A second raid is also on the way.

Uplay+ Subscription Service

Everyone seems to have a subscription service now and Ubisoft clearly felt left out. Uplay+ will cost $US14.99 a month, grant access to a library of over 100 games including access to the most premium digital versions.

Roller Champions

It’s a free-to-play PVP roller derby game that pits two teams of three against one another where the goal is to race around tracks while maintaining possession of the ball. The Alpha is available for PC now.

Gods & Monsters

Perhaps the nicest surprise was Gods & Monsters, a new game from the team behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. They’re maintaining the Greek setting but committing to the fantasy/mythology and a Breath of the Wild art style, putting aside realistic visuals and historical accuracy.

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