Ubisoft E3 Conference 2019: A Symphony of Beautiful Promises

Ubisoft E3 Conference 2019: A Symphony of Beautiful Promises
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Ubisoft held their E3 Conference, and brought lots to show this year! From beautiful music to promising games, Ubisoft did not disappoint.

Assassin’s Creed Symphony will be bringing some over 80 beautiful musical pieces around the world this year. A live orchestra will be performing at cities from Paris to San Francisco, bringing Assassin’s Creed’s gorgeous music to all. With currently 11 confirmed shows starting in late June to late November, the orchestra has even more showings on the way, performing into 2020.

Watch Dogs Legion is the third installment, and after Watch Dogs 2, Ubisoft has brought the title back with a kick. Taking place in a collapsing London, players can now build their own resistance team, choosing from any character in the game. Everyone has their own backstory, origin mission, and their own reason to fight. From a retired assassin grandmother to a rebellious teenage thug, players will be able to build the team and story they want for their team. With lots of gameplay to show at their E3 conference, the promising Watch Dogs Legion will be available March 6th, 2020; on PC, Xbox, PS4, and Stadia.

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet has joined the line up for Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+. From It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s Rob Mcelhenney, Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet will follow a video game development team as they deliver their first major update to their Massive Multiplayer game, Mythic Quest. Mcelhenney has joined forces with Ubisoft to ensure the television show will be as true to the video game development experience as possible. Mcelhenney will also star in the television show as Ian Grimm, the creative dictator for Mythic Quest.

Rainbow Six Siege is getting a new operative, Collinn Mckinley, known as Warden. Warden is a defender from the US Secret Service and a part of Operation Phantom Sight, which will start tomorrow, June 11th. The new operation will bring Warden and Clutch Royal to players with the year four pass.

Adventure Time content for Brawlhalla launches today. Players can now play as Finn the Human, Jake the Dog, or Princess Bubblegum on the new Tree House Fortress stage, or the new Buddy game mode. The 25 million players will be able to enjoy this for free download right now.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint was also shown off. Laura Cordrey, the community developer from Ubisoft Paris, was proud to announce that after discussing with the community, Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be bringing back AI teammates for single player. This will be a part of their post-launch plan, but fans seem more than excited for the comeback. This also means the launch of Delta Company for Ghost Recon, a community program to house everything community, from cosplay to fan and developer connections for discussions on Ghost Recon development. Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be launching a beta on September 5th and released on October 4th. If you’d like to sign up for the beta, you can do so now right here!

Ubisoft has also announced a new mobile game; Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad. Showing off five of many, Elite Squad will feature a wide arrange of squad members from around the world. Pre-registration is open now, with a full release coming to be announced soon. By pre-registering, you’ll unlock an exclusive Ghost Recon Breakpoint character.

Just Dance is celebrating their tenth year, with Just Dance 2020. Just Dance 2020 will be available November 2019 on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Zboz One, Google Stadia; and Nintendo Wii? That’s correct, just like every prior version of Just Dance, Just Dance 2020 will be available for the 2006 Nintendo console.

For Honor’s limited time event also got some screen time. Shadows of the Hitokiri is available now until June 27th. The limited event features a limited time game mode, Soul Rush, as well as spectral customizations for all heroes. The event will also have an effect on map ambiance, giving it a nice otherworldly feel.

For Honor's limit event
Ubisoft’s For Honor’s event showed at their E3 Conference

Ubisoft brought another Tom Clancy title to the table; Rainbow Six Quarantine. A three player tactical co-op, coming in early 2020. The new Rainbow Six team hopes to bring a survival co-op experience, as big as Rainbow Six Siege.

The Division 2 is also free to play from June 13 to June 16. This is to celebrate their upcoming expansion of Episode 1, which will take players into the outskirts of Washington D.C. and a chance to visit the National Zoo and Kenly College. Episode 2 took players even further out of D.C. to the Pentagon, later this fall. The final expansion for Episode 1 will be coming shortly in July. They will also be gearing up for their second raid in Episode 2; for intense 8 player action. If you haven’t bought the game, it’s also on sale until June 24th.

Ubisoft is joining in on subscription services, with UPlay+! With access to over 100 games and early access to new games; UPlay+ will be available on PC. By signing up now at UPLAY.com, you’ll be able to get free access come September this year. All the games available on UPlay+ will come with all their respective DLCs and exclusive content. The price tag on UPlay+ is $14.99. Later in 2020, UPlay+ will also be available on Google Stadia.

Launching today is an open pre-launch alpha demo of Roller Champions. Available from June 10th to June 14th, players will be able to test and play Roller Champions, aiding in its future success. Roller Champions is a roller skating league video game with cartoon graphics and tons of excitement from its development team.

To finish up the event, we got a look at the Assassin Creed’s Odyssey team’s new game; Gods and Monsters. Coming February 25, 2020, Gods and Monsters will take a different look at human history, and look at our mythology. From our small look, it looks like the game will be cartoony in graphics and take a look at Roman mythology.

Keep it locked to Mammoth Gamers for E3 coverage all this week, as we make sure no stone is unturned! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all of our E3 conference coverage and more!

When Jonathan isn't playing video games or cooking, he is writing poetry and computer code. He enjoys PC gaming, but won't let go of his roots in handheld and console gaming. If it isn't his PlayStation 4 or Vita, then it is his Nintendo 3DS or GameBoy Advance. He also enjoys a good Billy Collins poem, while enjoying some homemade caramel.