In true Ubisoft style, the company’s annual E3 conference was full of weird jokes, dancing, and a lot of swearing. It’s by far the most entertaining conference because of the limits being pulled off, and having Aisha Tyler come back for a fourth straight year made it all the more enjoyable. Here’s what happened throughout the show.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole
One of the biggest surprises of E3 this year – Trey Parker and Matt Stone took to the stage after a glorious reveal trailer for their latest game, South Park: The Fractured but Whole. Taking place after the events of The Stick of Truth, you reprise your role as the new kid and become a superhero with Coon and Friends. Check out all of the info right here, I personally can’t wait for this.
Ubisoft Montreal announced a new game called For Honor, which is a third-person medieval fighting game. As well as announcing the new IP, there was a solid multiplayer gameplay demo shown off and the promise that more details will be announced shortly.
The Crew: Wild Run
The first large expansion was announced for The Crew, titled Wild Run, and will be launching on the 17th of November this year. It puts players in The Summit as they vie to become the best of the best.
Trials Fusion: Awesome Level Max
New DLC was announced for Trials Fusion, and it was lead by a cat riding a unicorn… What a way to announce it. Check out all of the details here, as the DLC will be out on the 14th of July.
More gameplay was shown off for Massive’s hugely ambitious game The Division – this time focusing on The Dark Zone, an area that cuts off the HUD and communications gear that shows the true danger for players of all types, even if they’re in teams. Check it out here. The game’s release date was announced, pegging it at March 8, 2016.
A new Anno game was announced for fans of the series, check out all the details on the game here as it’s set for a November 5 release.
Just Dance 2016
The dancing returned, as well as the singing as Jason Derulo took to the stage and performed admirably. The game will be out in October on all platforms and PS4, Xbox One and Wii U versions of the game will incorporate Just Dance Streaming – a new way to pump out new music without the worries of downloading them. There is a subscription fee involved, however.
Rainbow Six Siege
New details were shown off during Rainbow Six Siege’s lengthy presentation as Angela Bassett was announced as the team leader of Rainbow.
Trackmania is finally making its way to consoles and will include a level editor to go with it. No release date was announced, however the devs said goodbye and thank you in a handful of different languages, which was appreciated.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
A new Assassin’s Creed Syndicate cinematic trailer was shown off which you can check out right here.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
A New Ghost Recon game was announced as it looks to redefine the Ghost Recon formula by going fully open world and is being toted as the biggest open world in an Ubisoft game. Check out all the details here.