E3 2015 is around the corner and with Ubisoft’s press conference taking place on the second day of the convention there is plenty that we expect to hear from them. First and foremost Aisha Tyler, Lana from Archer and current host of Whose Line is it Anyway?, will once again be the main presenter for the Ubisoft Press Conference.
Before we even have to start looking through any of Ubisoft’s closets for any plans on what they’e going to present, they’ve done us a favor and shown us a bit of what’s to come via their YouTube channel showing clips from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Tom Clancy’s The Division and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
From the game mentioned above, we expect to see some more game play shown for Assassin’s Creed, as well as release dates for The Division and an announcement of a beta date for Rainbow Six. The Division was first seen at E3 back in 2013 with not two co-developers, but four different divisions of Ubisoft would develop the game, which after all its work was then delayed to a 2015 release and recently delayed once again to early 2016. This should be the time that we get more of an idea of the game and a release date, and hopefully this one wont get moved back.
We know to expect another game in the ever popular party game Just Dance, which we can expect to end up on every platform available, but apart from that Ubisoft has made itself known that it is no longer supporting old generations of consoles and all the new games that we see will be only for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
After all that we know, we really don’t know what else we may be seeing at the Ubisoft keynote. So aside from any brand new IPs that Ubisoft may reveal, some other games that we might see come back into the spotlight could be the long awaited sequel to Beyond Good and Evil, a new game in the Prince of Persia series or maybe Rayman will be showing up once again, all I can really say is that I hope the Rabbids stay home this year but most likely we’ll see footage of their new upcoming game Rabbids Racers.
What do you think of our predictions? Are there any Ubisoft games that you’re hoping to see at E3 this year?