Following in the big footsteps of the Microsoft Xbox E3 2018 conference, The Ubisoft E3 2018 conference hoped to take the centre stage as the 2018 expo draws nearer to the final press conferences. Did they pull it off? Read on to find out for yourself.
Opening up the Ubisoft E3 2018 presentation was an array of dancers to present Just Dance 2019. Players who enjoy the interactive fun of the previous Just Dance games will enjoy this game just as much as the rest.
Beyond good and Evil 2
Next up at Ubisoft E3 2018 was Beyond good and Evil 2 showcasing some new features, a new story, while keeping onboard some of the memorable characters we all grew to love.
Rainbow Six Siege Documentary – Another Mindset
Sadly there were no new game announcements or DLC reveals under the Rainbow Six Siege umbrella, but instead came an intro into a new documentary called ‘Another Mindset’. The documentary follows players from the Rainbow Six siege community
Boasting to be back, bigger and better than ever,m the motorbike racing franchise got a new reveal at the Ubisoft E3 2018 event. for those who wish to test their bike riding skills before next year, Trials: Rising beta signups are available now at trialsgame.com. The game will become available in February 2019 on all platforms, this will be the first trials game to come to Nintendo Switch.
The Division 2
Washington DC is at the heart of a battle for survival from an outbreak of a deadly virus outbreak that has plagued America for several months. Although we saw a glimpse of The Division 2 at the Xbox E3 2018 conference, we were given more details on the various new features that the first game didn’t have on offer.
Mario + Rabbids: Donkey Kong Adventure
After the success of the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle title released for Switch last year, the team at Nintendo have put together the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC for fans to to bang their bongos for. The DLC is due for release on June 26th for Switch players.
Skull and Bones
There’s no honour among thieves, and the Skull and Bones trailer shown at Ubisoft E3 2018 certainly brings that old tale to life.
The collaboration between Ubisoft and Spectrevision gets players involved in a physiological thriller in Transference. Certainly not one for the faint hearted, and the devs promise a game that’ll give you chills even once you’ve stopped playing the game.
Starlink: Battle For Atlas
At first players are provided with what looks to be the opening of a new Star Wars game, it then turns to something completely different, the Ubisoft E3 2018 confgerence then reveals that Starlink: Battle For Atlas features one of our favourite foxes – Star Fox! That was a cheeky little collab between Ubi and Nintendo!. The game is due to release October 16th on all consoles.
For Honor Marching fire 16/10/18
Promising a new faction, four new fighters, and a new castle siege mode 4vs4 multiplayer mode named ‘bridge’, For Honor: Marching Fire is due to release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 16th 21018. To entice players yet to try For Honor, there will be a chance to download the free starter edition for PC this week.
The Crew 2
At the Ubisoft E3 21018 presentation fans were provided with an opportunity t see some of the gameplay of what The Crew 2 had to offer. Graphically the game looked great, and for those who enjoy the story to go with it, this doesn’t look like it’ll disappoint. There’ll be an open beta available on June 21st – June 24th for, PS4, Xbox, and PC so players will be able to try before they buy ahead of the release on june 29th.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
After Assassin’s Creed Odyssey leaked recently, followed by confirmation by Ubisoft that the game was in fact a real title, the Ubisoft E3 2018 press conference offered just what fans wanted – a look into what the game had to offer. Set in Ancient Greece (as we’d thought) players are given the option of playing as Alexios or Kassandra, each with their different paths and different skills and abilities.
Ubisoft E3 2018 – That’s a wrap
That ties things up for the Ubisoft E3 2018 press conference, what did you think, any surprises or were the games not the announcements you’d hoped for? No Splinter cell or Watch Dogs 3 this year…
Make sure you check out our E3 2018 schedule for when and where to watch the remaining conferences.