UBISOFT E3 2017 COVERAGE

 

Ubisoft’s E3 press conference was brisk, full of interesting reveals and interesting showcases of games in development. Here’s a brief recap, game by game:

 

MARIO AND RABBIDS:

Nintendo’s chief designer Shigeru Miyamoto made a dramatic announcement, with a Mario-Rabbids crossover being released. It’s a turn-based RPG. The game appears to be fun, and it comes out on the switch on April 29.

 

 

CREW 2:
The popular racing game had a trailer reveal, which shows off the massive pen world setting of the game, and various vehicles to choose from, such as cars, planes and more. It’s slated for a 2018 release.

 

 

ASSASIN’S CREED ORIGINS:

News about the game’s release was out earlier, with a trailer being shown, along with some of the gameplay, and additional features. It seems to have a 2018 release.

 

SKULL AND BONES:

One of the most interesting games shown, it is a pirate themed game, where players can go solo, or join up with others, though it seems to be a lot more than that. It’s assassin’s Creed 4’s naval warfare, without the story.

 

FARCRY 5:

A new trailer dropped, showing off more of the environment and methods of attacking, whether stealthily or going guns blazing. A new dog companion, Boomer, was also shown.

 

SOUTH PARK: THE FRACTURED BUT WHOLE:
A new trailer for South Park: fractured but whole dropped, which is out on October 17. A mobile game based on South Park was announced, which is a free to play card game.

 


TRANSFERENCE :

Ubisoft and Elijah Wood team up for VR game about PTSD, coming spring 2018.

 

BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL 2:

The biggest news of the conference, the game is a takes places before the events of the cult classic 2003 game, though different from it. The trailer showed the universe of the game. No release date has been announced.

CONCLUSION :
The Ubisoft conference was brisk, efficient, and interesting, with interesting reveals and surprises. It was a good conference to follow, and write on.