Ubisoft Reveals Its E3 2018 Games Lineup (Except The Rumored Ones And Surprises)

E3 is almost here.


Ubisoft has announced some of the games it will have to show at E3 2018 next month. In a news release, Ubisoft said it will have "new info and content to share" on the games like The Division 2, Beyond Good & Evil 2, For Honor, Skull & Bones, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, and Transference. Notably absent from the list of big announced Ubisoft games is the new Avatar game from The Division studio Massive Entertainment.

This list of course dos not include unannounced games, and we know Ubisoft will have at least one big AAA game announcement to make at E3. It is looking likely that it is a new Splinter Cell game, though nothing is confirmed at this stage.

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Ubisoft's E3 2018 briefing is slated for 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on Monday, June 11. Like last year, it's being held in the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. We'll have full coverage of the event as it unfolds, including breaking news stories and roundups of new trailers.

When E3 2018 kicks off properly only June 12, E3 attendees can visit Ubisoft's booth on the show floor to play some games. Though a full list of playable titles has not been revealed, Ubisoft said it will have "more game stations than ever."

"Video games are playing a bigger role in the future of entertainment and in people's lives, which is why I'm always excited to see the innovations and games from around the industry showcased at E3," Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said. "Our talented teams can't wait to show off what they're creating, and to share how we're partnering with players to develop diverse experiences that are enriching and, most importantly, fun."

For more on E3 2018, check out the rundown of the press conference schedule. You can also get up to speed on the show with GameSpot's History of E3 video feature.

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