With E3 less than a month away, developers are starting to reveal details up their sleeves for the year’s most anticipated gaming event. Ubisoft did show sneak peeks of some future games last year that they plan to elaborate on at this year’s conference. Ubisoft has revealed that they absolutely will reveal more details about six confirmed games: Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Beyond Good & Evil 2 (which has many excited after last year’s teaser), For Honor, Skull & Bones, Starlink: Battle for Atlas and Transference. According to co-founder and CEO, Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft is looking to create a more innovative experience than ever before,”our talented teams can’t wait to show off what they’re creating, and to share how we’re partnering with players to develop diverse experiences that are enriching and, most importantly, fun.”
Of course, knowing Ubisoft means that a confirmed list does not mean a completed list. They have stated that there are still a few surprises that have yet to be revealed. Their E3 officially starts at 1:00 p.m. PDT on Monday, June 11, from the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles. A pre-show will get things warmed up at 12:15 p.m. PDT, and a post-show will wrap up the festivities with a deeper analysis of some of the featured games. From June 12-14, the Ubisoft booth — located at the South Hall, booth #1623, at the Los Angeles Convention Center — will be packed with developers from around the world in addition to more gameplay stations, live demos and shows from the Just Dance team.
Great news for collectors as the Ubisoft shop will be offering the best items from the Ubi Workshop and UbiCollectibles, along with items exclusively created for E3 attendees. To sweeten the deal, the Ubisoft Club is also inviting 60 Star Players to E3 and offering free rewards to fans who can’t go to the show. This comes on the heels of the worldwide launch of the beta of Ubisoft Club’s AI buddy, Sam, which will help players become better and supply them with all the latest information about the show. This year’s E3 will run from June 12 through June 14.