Ubisoft E3 reveal, what to expect?

Monday, 11th of June is the date that Ubisoft will hold it’s press conference. We already have a good indication on what Ubisoft will showcase us at next E3.

One thing is very certain, which is Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Ubisoft confirmed a sequel is in the make and would be revealed at this E3. All the intel we’ve got is a poster so far, so expect a big reveal. The game is also going to be brought to the big screen with roles for Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain. It is highly likely we will get some statements about that as well.

Last week Ubisoft also announced Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. We expect a lot of information about the new instalment in the franchise and probably already a gameplay trailer. Also, we could expect an announcement for Watch Dogs 3. Given the previous games in the franchises it is in line that both games are set for release this year already.

At last year’s E3 Ubisoft announced Beyond Good & Evil 2 and Skull and Bones. We are pretty certain there will be some updates about those games as well. Same goes for ongoing projects The Crew 2 and VR-game Transference.

Last year there was also an announcement about a new game that will be set in James Cameron’s Avatar universe. The film is going to be 2 more years in production and the game is highly likely to be released somewhere around the same time as the movie. But perhaps we get some more news.

Rumours have also spread about a brand-new Splinter Cell game. Michael Ironside, the voice of Sam Fischer, has been seen at the studio several times. We will see if Ubisoft is going to keep us in the dark for a possible Splinter Cell game.

 

 

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