Ubisoft bringing 5 games to E3

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Ubisoft has been behind some of the most popular franchises in recent years – Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry get people excited almost as much as promises of The Division. So what will we see at E3?

Ubisoft’s press conference will take place on Monday, 9 June at the Orpheum Theater. Once again, it will be hosted by actress, comedian and giant Aisha Tyler. I loved her last year – she towered over all the men, was gorgeous and fun. But, what will she be introducing?

Ubisoft has confirmed that we will be seeing Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, The Division, The Crew, “and more” which includes Valiant Hearts: The Great War. I am excited to hear all about these games, but I’m still hoping upon hope that we get a sneak announcement for Beyond Good and Evil 2.

According to Yves Guillemot, 2014 is going to be a good year:

2014 is the most exciting year the gaming industry has seen in a while. At E3, we can’t wait to share our vision for the future of gaming. Ubisoft teams have fully embraced this new generation and will demonstrate how they are bringing breakthrough innovations to our beloved franchises in order to offer players the most original and memorable gaming experiences.

I am certainly ready to see what Ubisoft has to offer. Which games are you most excited for? Are these titles all you need to see, or are you hoping for something extra that hasn’t been announced as of yet?

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Last Updated: May 23, 2014

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