Watch the Ubisoft E3 2018 Press Conference to Catch All the Latest Scoops

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Following up both Electronic Arts’, Besthesda Softworks’, and Square Enix’s E3 2018 showings, Ubisoft is next on the roster and we are pumped. Last year the France-based publisher had a lot to tease in the future, so we can finally see what exactly they’ve been marinating on.

What are we going to see? The obvious and easy answer to that question is Assassin’s Creed Origins, especially following the accidental leak via some merchandise.

But outside of the more regular titles, there is no doubt that we will be seeing a lot from what was already revealed last year. And in case you forgot what those games were, they include Beyond Good & Evil 2, the pirate adventure game Skull & BonesStarlink: Battle for Atlas, and Transference. While we know these titles exist, we’ve seen slim to none on how they will actually come to life on consoles.

Obviously, Ubisoft has a lot to show other than those projects, with The Division 2 grabbing some headlines in Microsoft’s E3 2018 Press Conference.

So hopefully Ubisoft, now free from the clutches of Vivendi, will show up to E3 with something spectacular in tow.

The show starts at 1:00 PM Pacific Time, so set your clocks! We have roughly an hour to go. But you can join in right now to catch the Pre-Show in about 10 minutes.

Of course, if you miss the livestream, you’ll still be able to enjoy the show on-demand, since we’ll replace the video with that as soon as Ubisoft makes it available. You’ll also be able to read all the news individually right here on DualShockers — but no pressure. Check out the livestream below:



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