Ubi Soft reveals E3 lineup

The publisher announces six of the games that it will have on display at E3, confirming Michel Angel's Beyond Good & Evil and revealing that the online Myst game will have a single-player component.


Beyond Good & Evil
Uru: Ages Beyond Myst

Ubi Soft has announced its game lineup for E3, the major industry event that will take place in Los Angeles on May 14 to 16. Apart from revealing six of its upcoming games that will be spotlighted at the event, the publisher revealed a few new details on a couple of them.

First off, the game by the creator of the Rayman series, tentatively known as Project BG&E at last year's E3, has been officially titled Beyond Good & Evil. Also notable is that the word "online" has been dropped from the title of the next Myst game, which was originally announced as Myst Online and is now Uru: Ages Beyond Myst. Uru is described as "a single-player experience that can be enriched with online content." Here's Ubi Soft's E3 lineup:

Beyond Good & Evil
Far Cry (PC)
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 (Xbox)
Uru: Ages Beyond Myst (PC)

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