Ubisoft E3 2019 Details

Ubisoft is on a roll right now. They stuck to their guns with the development of certain games that was on the verge of going down like the dinosaurs. Division 2 came and knocked Destiny 2 from their throne. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey broke up the mold that was getting stale. This E3 2019 is no different!

I have a member on our Whatsapp chat who already claimed he will be using the #granny straight lol. In the near future, London is facing its downfall: the people are being oppressed by an all-seeing surveillance state, private militaries control the streets, and a powerful crime syndicate is preying on the vulnerable. The fate of London lies with you, and your ability to recruit a resistance and fight back.

Get ready fellow Division Agents. The grind has just begun. Following up on the success of the Division 2 Episode 1 we got the details on the following episodes. All I can say MY BODY IS READY!

This mobile game starring iconic characters from across the entire Tom Clancy universe. The game will be available on both iOS and Android devices.

Now let me point this one thing out. Just Dance 2020 is coming for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Stadia and the Wii. Yes the old little rectangle console we all probably use as a door stopper. It seem Ubisoft ain’t forgot about that little console. Now is for me to find those Wiimotes buddy.

Roller Champions is a roller derby-inspired game — which also reminds us a bit of the game in Alita: Battle Angel (albeit with a lot less violence) — in which two groups of three players race around a track, trying to keep possession of a ball. The more laps your team skates around holding the ball, the more points you get when ultimately tossing it through the ring. But the lap counter resets if the opposing team is able to knock your team members down to grab the ball.

Quarantine will be a three-player tactical co-op FPS and that tasks teams ofoperators to work and fight together against the intensifying threat of a technological parasite.

Ubisoft detailed a new subscription program for PC, Uplay Plus, which will give players access to brand-new Ubisoft games on launch. The service also offers access to premium DLC and other extra content, including premium editions, for only $14.99 each month. In one word NO. This is a waste of time Ubisoft. This is a failed attempt to be like Microsoft Game pass.

The game comes from the minds behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and involves crawling through dungeons, completing quests, and slaying some of Greek mythology’s most fearsome monsters. As players traverse through the lush open-world environment, the Greek gods will bestow more powers upon them to help take down Typhon and restore Mt. Olympus to its former glory. Gods & Monsters will release on Feb. 25, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, Uplay+, and Google Stadia.

Ubisoft spent to much time with fluff pieces and not enough time about the games. Also wasn’t impressed about the easy cash grab of Uplay+. I am happy to see more content for Division 2 but nothing really jumped at me. I give them a D+.


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