Ubisoft Confirms Its E3 2019 Press Conference Will Go Ahead

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Ubisoft has confirmed the time and date of its E3 2019 press conference. The company said on Twitter its briefing would begin on Monday, June 10 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST (6 AM AEST on June 11).

The news comes amid other publishers scaling down their E3 conferences or pulling out altogether. Sony will not be attending E3 2019, while EA will eschew its usual conference in favor of multiple smaller livestreams. Conversely, Microsoft is holding a conference, while Bethesda has already confirmed the date and time of its usual presentation.

It's not yet clear what Ubisoft has to share at E3 this year, as many of the publisher's 2019 games--including Far Cry: New Dawn, Trials Rising, Assassin's Creed III: Remastered, and The Division 2--have already launched, while Anno 1800 is scheduled for release on April 16. The only remaining Ubisoft games we know of are Skull & Bones and Beyond Good & Evil 2, so it seems likely we'll see more of them in June.

We could also hear more of the heavily rumored Watch Dogs 3, which is ostensibly set in London. However, the publisher's staple Assassin's Creed reveal is unlikely, since it has already stated no "full-fledged Assassin's" game will launch in 2019.

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If you Ubi intends on being part of the presenters in limited attendance, then I might just skip out on watching E3 as a whole and check out videos of the highlights. They've pretty much shown all of their cards already.

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I'm in for their always embarrassing stage show.

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Good for Ubi. Supporting the continuation of E3 IMO is one of the signals to the wider gaming industry that Ubi actually give a shit about the success of gaming as a community rather than as a corporation.

Great PR move and one other companies should follow (EA) to build a bit of hope for their relationship with the wider gamer community. The bigger E3 gets, the better the community and the more press for the awesome innovations within games.

While I've been pretty skeptical of Ubi in the past (especially when Uplay sucked ass), props to them for this move. Looking forward to some (hopefully) great new IP.

Also hope you go back to the old AC combat system tho. The new one Blows.

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So E3 is gonna be them and a fortnite booth, i guess?

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As much as I love the Far Cry series, it’s time to let me back into Splinter Cell!

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Capcom should make one though the only series that they own and i like is Resident Evil but they have ton of games releasing annually

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Lets get some Splinter Cell this year, eh!