The second presentation of Day 3 was brought to you by Ubisoft. Let’s see what they have for us!
Beyond Good & Evil 2: TBD (Your guess is as good as mine)
I’ve never played the first one, but I’ve seen that this as been pretty much as high demanded as Half Life 3. They dropped a new trailer, and also announced you can play this alone or in co-op.
The Division 2: March 15, 2019
More cinematics for your eyes. After being shown during Xbox’s conference, Ubisoft came out taking shots at Destiny. 8 player Raids will be coming to the game, and it will get 3 free episodic DLC’s. Pretty cool, since you know the first one had a lot of work needed.
P.s. I signed up for the beta.
Skull & Bones: 2019
More yar for ye mateys (I feel like I’ve used this line already. Is that the correct way of spelling matey plural??) I’m not 100% sold on this, and this has nothing to do with Ubisoft’s track record of downgrading. To me, this looks like a cross of Monster Hunter World, Sea of Thieves, and of course, Assassin’s Creed Black Flag. Will it be good? Probably. Does it entice me? Not really. I guess since I’m on PlayStation, I would’ve been happier if Sea of Thieves came over (I know that doesn’t make any sense).
Transference: Fall 2018
Yo this was creepy. Dad’s trying to be a dad the best way a dad can be: by messing everything up.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas : October 16, 2018
The entire time I was watching Ubisoft’s trailer for this title, I expected them to group up like Voltron (if that does happen at some point you heard it here first!) If you have a Switch, you’ll be excited to know Star Fox is available.
For Honor Marching Fire: October 16, 2018
For Honor is getting it’s biggest expansion yet with the addition of Marching Fire. A new faction, four new fighters, and single player content will be getting added to the game this October (most likely paid DLC). The trailer was pretty cool, but I honestly thought it was leading up to For Honor 2.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: October 5, 2018
October is going to be a busy month for Ubisoft. They showed us this brand new speaking gameplay, which looks solid. I mean it looks just like Assassin’s Creed Origins, but then again sequels tend to look like the game that preceded them. You can choose the gender of your character, dialogue options are available, and supposedly so is romance. The major detractor? No Odysseus.
What did you think about that folks? Besides The Division 2 and Odyssey, I don’t know what else I expected, so kudos to Ubisoft