Ubisoft have shown off some of their future offerings at E3 2019, following a dramatic orchestral Assassin’s Creed opening.
Below, we’ve detailed the biggest points of Ubisoft’s press conference in a handy list for you to peruse.
Gods & Monsters
- Launches February 25 2020
- Greek hero RPG by the Assassins Creed Odyssey creators
- Looks similar to a Zelda-type game aesthetically
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Quarantine
- New Rainbow Six game available on PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2020
- Not much details, but it will be 3v3 co-op missions
- Is based around alien parasites infecting humans, which explains the Quarantine title
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad
- Another Tom Clancy feature, this time for mobile
- Brings together a whole host of Tom Clancy characters in a 5v5 shooter
Ghost Recon Breakpoint
- The final Tom Clancy announcement, featuring Jon Bernthal as a villain leader
- Beta is available from September 5, with full launch on October 4
- The second Watchdogs instalment travels to post-Brexit Britain (is post-Brexit the new post-apocalyptic?)
- Launching March 6 2020
- Ubisoft showed an in-depth gameplay demo, with a whole host of playable characters – which, ultimately, is the USP of Watchdogs Legion
- Ubisoft revealed that the aim of the game is build a resistance against the corruption in London. Any NPC can be recruited and controlled, with every character being fully simulated
- Roller Champions is basically Rocket League with rollerblades, which can’t really be a bad thing. There is no launch date yet but there will be an open beta from June 10-14
- Uplay Plus is a Ubisoft subscription service, offering a massive catalogue of Ubisoft games for £14.99 a month. The service will be available from September 2019 and is confirmed to be available on Google Stadia
- Adventure Time characters Finn and Jake have come to Brawlhalla, with the update available to download imminently.