Ubisoft announces the majority of its E3 2018 lineup, teases surprises

It’s that time again, when the industry’s biggest and most talked about prepare for E3 and all of its related festivities, not to mention the resulting fan hysteria.

Ubisoft has jumped the gun a bit, by announcing most of the titles that they’ll be showing off at their E3 2018 press conference, which will once again take place at the cozy Orpheum Theater in downtown Los Angeles. These are just SOME of the games they’ll be talking about, though, because as the accompanying video states there are going to be some surprises. Then again, no E3 press conference would be complete without at least one or two of those.

The games that we can expect to see and hear about are:

Beyond Good and Evil 2
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Skull & Bones
Starlink: Battle for Atlantis
For Honor

Yes, even though For Honor came out in February of 2017, it’s still got some decent legs and is expected to have a strong presence at the next UbiE3.

Also guaranteed a presence somewhere at the show is Just Dance, which never stops moving to the beats, year after year after year. However, while it’s been confirmed that the series will have a presence at Ubisoft’s improved upon booth, we’re not sure if it will appear during their time limited conference.

Details for attendees:

“…come join us in the South Hall at booth #1623. This year, we’ll have more gameplay stations than ever before, as well as live demos on stage, shows from the Just Dance team. The Ubisoft shop will also offer a selection of the best items from Ubi Workshop and UbiCollectibles, including some E3 exclusive items. On top of this, everyone who plays through any of our demos on the booth will receive a selection of in-game rewards for free thanks to the Ubisoft Club.”

Details for Ubisoft Club members, who may win an invitation or perhaps some goodies for watching from home:

“They’re also welcoming 60 Star Players to E3 to say thanks for all the time and passion they’ve poured into our gaming communities. Fans following the E3 week from home will also be able to earn some free rewards as a thank you for their support.”

Ubisoft will hold its E3 2018 presser on Monday, June 11th at 1pm Pacific Daylight Time.