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Ubisoft Game News From E3 2019: Watch Dogs Legion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, And More

All the games and news from Ubisoft's press conference.

E3 2019 is done and dusted, but one of the big events from earlier in the week was Ubisoft's press conference, where we got to see what's next from the company behind Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Ghost Recon, The Division, and Rainbow Six. There was news on several of those games, including a brand-new Rainbow Six game called Quarantine, as well as a new IP in Gods & Monsters. You can rewatch the event above or read on for a full news recap of all the announcements. Unfortunately, Skull & Bones and Beyond Good & Evil 2 fans, they really weren't at the show. There was, however, a lovely dog. Absolute 10/10 good doggo.

What would have been a big surprise at the show--Watch Dogs Legion--leaked in advance of the event. Ubisoft subsequently confirmed it will be revealed during the conference, and sure enough, that led the show. Watch Dogs Legion was shown to have permadeath; when your character dies, you'll choose from others in the world with unique perks. These were shown to be very different from each other, with one of the choices including an older grandmother named Helen.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint also showed up given its release date later this year, while leaks have pointed to several other announcements: the UPlay+ subscription service, a roller derby game called Roller Champions, and a Rainbow Six spin-off (now revealed as Rainbow Six Quarantine). The show closed with the surprise reveal of a new game from the Assassin's Creed Odyssey team called Gods & Monsters, and there a whole lot else featured--including an adorable dog.

Read on for all the news, or just check out Ubisoft's biggest announcements. We also have a look at all the Ubisoft games at E3.

Watch Dogs Legion

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Ubisoft led its conference with the reveal of Watch Dogs Legion. The game is indeed set in the UK and features permadeath. We see that when one character dies, you're able to choose from a variety of other distinct characters, each with their own unique perks. You can check out the Legion trailer for a closer look; the game releases next year.

Rainbow Six Quarantine

A new follow-up to Rainbow Six Siege was revealed, but this is not a replacement for Siege. Instead, Rainbow Six Quarantine is a three-player PvE game launching in 2020.

Gods & Monsters

A brand-new game called Gods & Monsters was revealed at the end of the conference. This is a bright, colorful game from the creators of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. It releases in February 2020.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint

More of the upcoming open-world action game Ghost Recon Breakpoint was shown, and actor Jon Bernthal--who plays the game's villain--appeared on Ubisoft's stage to promote it. Much more importantly: so did a super-cute dog. We also found out the game will have AI squadmates if you want to play solo. A Terminator crossover is also happening.

Roller Champions

The leaked roller derby game was revealed as Roller Champions. It's a team-based PvP game shown off with a trailer. Surprisingly, it will be available to try starting today, June 10, as an E3 demo will be available for the next few days.

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey

As if it weren't big enough, Assassin's Creed Odyssey is expanding further--infinitely, potentially. A new creator mode will allow players to create and share their own content. Additionally, Discovery mode is making a comeback, letting you explore its world without the usual threats.

Tom Clancy's Elite Squad

Ubisoft revealed a new mobile game called Tom Clancy's Elite Squad, which serves as a mash-up of various franchises and characters. Most notably, it includes Splinter Cell's Sam Fisher.

The Division 2

We learned about more of the content coming to The Division 2, with Ubisoft detailing a DLC roadmap leading through 2020. New locations players will visit include the Pentagon and New York.

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege is expanding further, with a trailer showcasing Year 4: Phantom Sight, which launches this year.

Uplay+

Ubisoft has a new subscription service called Uplay+ on the way. This will grant players access to a library of games, including new releases like Ghost Recon Breakpoint. It launches in September and will cost $15 per month.

E3 2019 Conference Schedule

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