After Just Dance 2019 opened the show, Ubisoft was quick to move on to Beyond Good & Evil 2, the greatly anticipated sequel that was announced to many celebratory noises years ago. The team went all out, too, with a beautiful, story-based cinematic kicking things off. A few story details then followed, before some pre-alpha gameplay took centre stage.
This short snippet of gameplay showed off a small part of the city of Ganesha, where temples and expressionist art are a focal point. The player was seen jumping into a ship, and certain art installments were shown off.
After this very brief video ended, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt took the stage to talk about the partnership between Ubisoft and his company, Hit Record. This partnership is in place to help fans bring art into the game through community collaboration.
More from Beyond Good and Evil 2 will be shared at the BG&E Fest this fall.