E3 2018: Ubisoft E3 Press Conference Overview
It was revealed in the Ubisoft E3 press conference, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, along with other popular Ubisoft titles. Also, from June 12-14, the Ubisoft booth at the Los Angeles Convention Center will be packed with Ubisoft developers from around the world, so go join them in South Hall at booth #1623. Fans who stop by and play games at the Ubisoft booth will receive a selection of free in-game rewards, courtesy of the Ubisoft Club. All you need to do is download your own personal QR code here before visiting the booth.
Here’s some of the titles announced at the Ubisoft E3 press conference:
Just dance 2019
Get ready to be straight stuntin’ when Just Dance 2019 launches October 23 (October 25 in Europe). This time around, you’ll see the reason why they dance all night long with 40 brand new songs including “Finesse (Remix)” by Bruno Mars Ft. Cardi B, “Bum Bum Tam Tam” by MC Fioti, and plenty of other dance hits from around the world. The party doesn’t stop there, with a one month trial to Just Dance Unlimited, you’ll turn heads forever. The dance-on-demand subscription service gives you access to more than 400 songs with more being added all year long.
The high-flying, hard-riding action of the acclaimed Trials series is set to return in February 2019 with the launch of Trials Rising on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC. Developed by Ubisoft RedLynx, based in Helsinki, and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Rising will introduce riders to tracks set in famous real-world locations with creative twists. With more tracks than ever, Trials Rising will challenge players to earn a spot on the leaderboards, compete against other riders, and take on contract challenges from in-game sponsors to rise through the ranks on their way to Trials glory. The game will feature local and online multiplayer, as well as the ability to compete against the ghosts of other players’ best times in single player.
When brilliant-but-troubled scientist Raymond Hayes experiments with brain data collected from himself and his family, their combined consciousness begins to form a dark and twisted digital simulation. In Transference, players will be enveloped in this mind-bending digital world and shift between the perspectives of Raymond, his wife Katherine, and their son Benjamin to recover the fragmented family memories and attempt to piece together their mystery. Transference combines live-action footage with environmental storytelling to unlock haunting emotions that lingers long after you put the controller down.
The Crew 2
The Crew 2 launches on June 29, bringing a gigantic open world full of land, air, and water races to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Before that happens, though, you’ll be able to preview the game for free with the open beta, which runs from 1:00AM PT on June 21 until 1:00AM PT on June 25. You can preload the beta on all three platforms now.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – Donkey Kong Adventure
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is getting new heroes, new stages, and a lot more Rabbids on June 26, when Donkey Kong Adventure – its biggest DLC to date – launches on Nintendo Switch. Spread across four new zones, Donkey Kong Adventure focuses on Donkey Kong and Rabbid Cranky, who team up with Rabbid Peach to fight off Rabbid Kong, who’s angrier and more powerful than ever.
Starlink: Battle of Atlas
The open-world, customizable combat action of Starlink: Battle for Atlas blasts off for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 on October 16, and the Nintendo Switch version comes with some famous cargo. Nintendo’s Fox McCloud of Star Fox fame, complete with his Arwing, will join The Starlink Initiative as a playable character for the entirety of the game’s open-world campaign, including missions exclusive to Fox as add on content.