Ubisoft E3 2018 Event: How to Watch and What to Expect

Ubisoft E3 2018 Event: How to Watch and What to Expect

Yolanda Curtis
June 12, 2018

The latest addition to the Assassin's Creed franchise is set in Ancient Greece, allowing you to mingle among some of history's greatest Greeks, like Socrates. The game will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC starting October 5.

A large crew is on board the ship and we get to see some of the UI being teased, which seems to look similar to an MMO style system. In Assassin's Creed Odyssey players will take control of their destiny and write their own epic odyssey as they journey to become a legendary Spartan hero. Kassandra or Alexios, who both have the same story no matter who you choose. Get a more in depth look with the below gameplay trailer.

Considering this puts it out roughly a year after Assassin's Creed Origins, we can only assume that, at least for the time being, Ubisoft has made a decision to jump back into its annual release schedule for the series.

Ubisoft is showcasing new content from some of its highly-anticipated titles and announcing exciting new games at E3 today.

In terms of surprises, Ubisoft is being tipped to reveal Watch Dogs 3, Splinter Cell and potentially even a new Rabbids game. Whenever you engage in dialogue with any of the NPCs, you'll be given a wealth of choices in order to push the conversation forward, which will apparently trigger or change certain events later on in the story.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still a ways off from release, but we did get to see a stunning new cinematic along with some pre-alpha gameplay on Monday.

Your input and behavior in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey has a big impact on the game.

As you might expect from a pirate game, Skull & Bones places a heavy emphasis on boarding and raiding other ships.

"In numerous screenshots, you see missions instructing you to fight, kill or weaken the Athenians".

Show off your extraordinary warrior abilities and shift the tides of battle during one of the deadliest conflicts of the time, the Peloponnesian War.

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