Ubisoft to show plenty at E3 2014


Ubisoft is gearing up for the launch of Watch Dogs in a couple of days, and then after that the focus will be on E3 for them.

They always have a good showing during the press conference, and this year should be more of the same.

“This year’s E3 is the time for us to showcase the latest rich, immersive experiences our talented development teams are creating,” said Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft’s co-founder and CEO. “These deeper, more connected and more social worlds take better advantage of the new generation’s capabilities, and we’re confident that we’ve got something in our lineup to get every type of gamer excited.”

The UbiBlog has provided some details on what Ubisoft plans to show.

The Division

New York is in the middle of a devastating crisis. Thrown into chaos by a bio-terror attack and now in full lockdown, the city has only hope: a group of sleeper agents who must now spring into action. This open-world action-RPG combines the authenticity of a Tom Clancy game with fast action, strategic teamwork and intense exploration.

Assassin’s Creed Unity

A new Assassin, a new era. Assassin’s Creed Unity has been built from the ground up as a next-gen game, offering a new way to experience the venerated franchise. Set during the French Revolution, Assassin’s Creed Unity unfolds during a time of unimaginable terror and unprecedented turbulence – the perfect backdrop for the ongoing battle between the Assassins and the Templars.

Far Cry 4

Far Cry 3 was the top-rated shooter of 2012. How do you possibly top that? By going evenbigger. Far Cry 4 is set in an entirely new area – a massive open-world in a Himalayan region known as Kyrat. With a new weapons, vehicles, wildlife and more, Far Cry 4 will be the most immersive and expansive game in the series ever.

The Crew

Get behind the wheel of this revolutionary action-driving game. The Crew delivers a massive open-world United States, full of highways, alleyways, dirt roads and more. Join up with others to take on challenges, or go solo and explore the countryside in a game populated by other real players.

Ubisoft once again has a great lineup of titles that will be showed, and they may also show something totally unexpected, such as a new IP they could be working on.

You can leave a comment below with your thoughts about the lineup for Ubisoft, and what mystery game they might show.