They announced a bunch of things that weren't Steep expansions!
Ubisoft held their 2019 E3 press conference today and made a bunch of announcements regarding games they have releasing in 2019 and beyond such as Watch Dogs Legion and Gods and Monsters. Check out the bullet points below for a rundown of all that happened!
The Assassins Creed Symphony opened the show, playing songs made famous by the Assassins Creed series.
Watch Dogs Legion was shown for the first time introducing us to the new London setting and the permadeath feature which allows you to take control of a different character every time you die. The game launches on March 6th, 2020.
Rob McElheny of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia announced that he and Charlie Day have partnered with Ubisoft for the previously announced Apple TV Plus show, which is now called Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet. A teaser trailer was then shown for the series.
The next season of Rainbow Six Siege called Operation Phantom Sight was shown and will be made available tomorrow.
Adventure Time characters Finn, Jake and Princess Bubblegum are now playable in Brawlhalla along with a new level based on the Adventure Time universe.
A new trailer for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint was shown as well as a new program called Ghost Recon Delta Company so you can share photos, videos and have discussion with other Ghost Recon players. A beta for the game will be live on September 5th and you can register now at ghostrecon.com. Terminator was also teased for the game.
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad, a new mobile game feature characters from various Tom Clancy games was announced along with a trailer featuring gameplay.
Just Dance 2019 was shown and yes, it’s still being released for the Nintendo Wii.
A new update for For Honor was revealed called Shadows of the Hitokiri which will be available on June 27th.
A teaser for Rainbow Six Quarantine, a 3 player co-op game coming in 2020, was revealed.
It was announced that The Division 2 will be free to play for the week and the first look at the upcoming Episode 1, Episode 2 and Episode 3 expansions were shown. The Division movie, starring Jake Gyllenhaal was also announced as a Netflix exclusive.
UPlay+ was announced for PC, a subscription service used to play over 100 of Ubisoft’s original titles for the monthly cost of $14.99 per month. The service launches this September and will be available on Stadia in 2020.
Roller Champions, a competitive PVP sports title was revealed and it’s available to play in alpha starting today on PC. No actual release date was given.
A brand new IP called Gods & Monsters was shown and it will be released on February 25th, 2020.