That was followed by the new Trials Rising indie game, along with the Donkey Kong Adventure expansion pack for last year's Nintendo-Ubisoft crossover, Mario + Raving Rabbids.
Fans who are low on time or just wanted to skip the talking and get straight to gameplay footage and trailers can check out all of our coverage from the event below.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Brings Ancient Greece To Life
Despite the presence of not one but two Hollywood stars (Joseph Gordon Levitt and Elijah Wood), the most jaw-dropping moment of the entire conference revolved around a hunk of plastic shaped like a spaceship. It might have lacked that one big surprising punch at the end that they've been so famous for over the past couple of years (my world for a new Splinter Cell), but it's hard to fault them after what was shown. We're not getting our hopes up, but be on the lookout just in case.
Ubisoft is showcasing new content from some of its highly-anticipated titles and announcing exciting new games at E3 today. The game features everything from the "snowy mountain peaks" to the "depths of the Aegean Sea", according to Ubisoft, which says it set the game during Greece's Golden Age. In Assassin's Creed Odyssey naval battles are making a comeback, as your mercenary of choice has their very own ship to command. This time around, players are transported to Ancient Greece, smack dab in the middle of the Peloponnesian War in fifth century BC. The game didn't get any new information other than the start of its open beta which starts on June 21st on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Ubisoft is describing the game as a full-on role-playing game with the addition of a good number of key features such as dialogue options, romancing characters, and even persistent environments that change based on actions you take in the game. "We don't have anything specific to share at the moment but teams are working on different things, so stay tuned for more".More news: "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" Brings Absurdly Stacked Roster to Switch