Ubisoft is teasing its upcoming plans for E3 2019, and if you're a fan of what the company puts out, you'll definitely want to make time for what's on the horizon.
From June 10-13, Ubisoft is planning a series of game reveals, new content for live games, hands-on demos, prizes, and a whole lot more. First, the UbiE3 conference kicks off live on June 10 with a pre-show at 12:00 PT, which is supposedly "bigger than ever' with updates on For Honor, Trials, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and Steep as well as "surprises" the company hasn't disclosed just yet.
At 1:00 PM PT, the excitement really kicks off, with the main conference. New games will be unveiled, title updates will be detailed for games like Ghost Recon Breakpoint, The Division 2, and For Honor, and lots more. Finally, to wrap it all up, the post-show will have guests duking it out in a Rainbow Six Siege Celebrity show match.
The party doesn't stop there, though. Ubisoft will bring a special store to the Los Angeles Convention Center and offer games for anyone to play who happens to pass by. Anyone playing games at the booth will get special in-game rewards as well via the Ubisoft Club.
There will also be a special Ubisoft Live at E3 stream each day at 11:00 AM PT, which will feature dev interviews, game walkthroughs, and other cool content for players to tune into, especially those who aren't able to attend in person.
"The influence of gaming on entertainment and society continues to grow, and E3 is the perfect occasion to celebrate this wonderful culture and look enthusiastically towards the future," he said. "This year, the talented teams at Ubisoft have developed a diverse group of game worlds that offer players the freedom to express themselves, to learn and to grow. We can't wait to share them with you!" says Ubisoft co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot.
The party is only a short time away now, so be sure to look out for all the festivities as we bring you the latest news from the show floor.
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I'm hoping for a new Splinter Cell game as good as the last one. Blacklist is amazing!
It's on my pile of shame. :( I got a few missions in playing sex panther mode because I fucking loved mark and execute and how you still had to earn it by stealthing.