Someone at E3 wandered around and found the Watch Dogs Legion booth where they captured this image. Ubisoft also has a competitive roller derby game called Roller Champions in the works, and it should be at the show as well.
You can find all of E3 2019's exciting game reveals, previews, interviews, and more right here at Variety. Ubisoft announced Breakpoint shortly before E3, and the press conference seems like the ideal time to show off some of its gameplay. In the third game in the series, we'll still play as a member of DedSec, only this time, the setting shifts to a near-future London that has been swallowed by authoritarianism.
"Taking back the Capitol was only the beginning". However, if you head over to Ubisoft's YouTube channel, you'll see that the stream will start in less than a couple of minutes. Whether it's breaking announcements from the conferences, or follow-up questioning, hands-on impressions, and hot takes from the show floor, you need look no further. Check out the brand new trailer below!
One thing we'll nearly certainly hear about is Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the new entry in Ubisoft's open-world military shooter series. The online tactical shooter video game will hit shelves in November this year! During the free trial, players will also be able to play Nuclear Winter.
The scale and scope of Watch Dogs Legion is certainly impressive and we can't wait to get our hands on it.
The conference has previously been used by Ubisoft to debut new IPs, announce soft reboots or announce sequels to loved franchises.
Ghostwire: Tokyo, meanwhile, is a supernatural horror adventure from Mikami-san's studio, Tango Softworks.
The first full Rainbow Six game since 2015 this spin-off is a 3-player tactical co-op FPS that will hit shelves in 2020.
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