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Ubisoft is riding into E3 2019 with lots of momentum after unveiling Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. With three unannounced AAA games slated before March 2020, fans were hoping for at least a trio of big announcements during their E3 conference, and they were not wrong.

During the conference gamers were treated to plenty of big announcements for new games, and expansions. Long-awaited rumors have also come true for major titles including the next sequel of Watch Dogs taking placing in London, a new Rocket League rival Roller Champions, and plenty more.

Unfortunately, our hopes for master assassin Sam Fisher making a much needed and long-awaited Splinter Cell return is still a pipe dream as of now, but at least we’re getting a Division movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal. You win, Ubi.

Coming in around an hour, they delivered enough announcements to keep us excited for the next year to come. Take a look at the biggest reveals, surprises, and highlights from Ubisoft’s E3 2019 conference below.

New ‘Watch Dogs’ Game Revealed

The rumors are true, Ubisoft reveals Watch Dogs: Legion. Set in London, the debut trailer reveals that players can recruit and play as any NPC in the game. If one dies, play as another. Each character even comes with their own voiceover work, animations, and gameplay mechanics.Watch Dogs: Legion will release on March 6, 2020.

‘Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet’ TV Show Announced

The most unexpected announcement of the conference came from Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney. Teaming up with co-creators Megan Ganz, and Charlie Day, the trio announce a video game comedy series, Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet.

In a debut trailer, the series follows McElhenney’s character, Ian Grimm, a creative director who takes himself way too seriously, and a video game studio that’s working on a game called Mythic Quest, one of the biggest MMORPGs of all time. The teaser shows the team working on a hilarious new trailer for the game’s first major expansion, Raven’s Banquet.

‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’ Gets a New Trailer & Beta Release Date

Jon Bernthal stars in a new intense trailer for Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Instead of looking at our hero Ghost team from Wildlands, we get a closer, darker look at the Wolves, an advanced military army looking to wipe you out. Along with a new trailer, a beta for the game has been announced and will go live September 5, 2019.

‘Roller Champions’ Announced & Alpha Released

Move over Rocket League, Roller Champions is on the way and it looks fun! This skill based, PVP game is riddled with high speed racing and intense competition. If you’re looking for a break from hitting soccer balls with a car, try out Roller Champions, which has a free Alpha available today.

‘Rainbow Six’ Gets a Creepy New 3-Player Co-Op “Quarantine” Mode

The beloved Rainbow Six game gets a terrifying new 3 player tactical Co-Op mode. Your squad will faces off against an unknown, deadly parasite with a “radically redesigned co-op experience” says lead game designer Jade Adam Grander, “built on the foundation” of Rainbow Six Siege.” The game is due out early 2020.

New Details on ‘Division 2’ Year 1 Expansion & Netflix Movie

The good folks that created The Division 2 show off the road map for its Year 1 expansion. Episode 1 will have new main missions and new gameplay experience that takes place in the Washington National Zoo. Episode 2 adds a new mission system called Expeditions. which will have players participating weekly to progress through the wings of Trinity College.

Alongside the expansion, Ubi shared brief details about a new Division movie coming to Netflix starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain. It’s will be directed by David Leitch.

Uplay+ Announced For PC

Ubisoft’s new subscription service comes to PC. Players can gain access to over 100 games, including premium editions. The service will cost $14 a month, and gift free access to those who sign up today. Uplay+ will launch this September and will also be available on Google’s Stadia in 2020.

‘Gods & Monsters’ Gets a Debut Teaser Trailer

Creators of Assassins Creed: Odyssey tease a new IP Gods & Monsters. With very little revealed, the game takes place in ancient Greece as the protagonist fights off against the most recognizable beings in Greek mythology. We ready to Medusa’s whole career. Gods & Monsters is out February 25, 2020.

Other Notable Trailers From the Ubisoft E3 2019 Conference

Elite Squad

‘For Honor’ Shadows of Hitokiri

‘Adventure Time’ Comes to ‘Brawlhalla’

For more on E3 2019, check out the best highlights from Microsoft’s Xbox conference here.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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