All Ubisoft E3 2018 Announcements, Trailers And More At One Place

Isaac Cain
June 12, 2018

During Ubisoft's E3 press conference, the company confirmed the news with an extensive segment dedicated to Assassin's Creed Odyssey, a game set in Ancient Greece. The game will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC starting October 5.

It's called "Assassin's Creed Odyssey", and it takes the series to the world of Spartan warriors and Homeric myth. Kassandra or Alexios, who both have the same story no matter who you choose. Ubisoft's event was just about evenly split between new game announcements and updates on games that were revealed previous year. Some gameplay demos were encroaching 10-minute territory, which is the best way to get everyone to tune out of your stream until something else comes along.

To keep that RPG blood flowing, that classic feel of the role playing game genre also continues with how the combat and gear upgrades are shown.

In terms of what to expect, Ubisoft will nearly certainly reveal more gameplay from its biggest franchises.

In terms of surprises, Ubisoft is being tipped to reveal Watch Dogs 3, Splinter Cell and potentially even a new Rabbids game.

From Assassin's Creed to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six, Ubisoft has proved deft at provided games in many different genres to gamers all over the world and doing it well.

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There will be a dialogue system that stresses the importance of choice, allowing you to pick whichever option you'd like that has clear consequences.

In fact, those choices matter so much that Assassin's Creed Odyssey will feature "multiple" endings.

Last but absolutely not least, the stage moved to Assassin's Creed Odyssey.

The game takes place in the Indian Ocean as piracy is dead in the Caribbean. We get to see some gameplay in action which you can also view below, teasing walking around the docks, customizing the character and ship.

The Division 2 will also nearly certainly make an appearance, as Ubisoft showcases more of the co-op gameplay.

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