Gods & Monsters Revealed at Ubisoft Conference, Coming February 2020

Gods & Monsters was revealed at the end of Ubisoft's E3 2019 Press Conference, showing a beautiful landscape available in February 2020.

June 10, 2019

Endcapping the Ubisoft E3 Press Conference, the team debuted a brand new “storybook adventure” game titled Gods & Monsters. While not a ton is known about the game, it looks like Ubisoft’s version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with terrific artwork as seen in the trailer below.

Now what is Gods & Monsters? That much is still very much unclear, but it is being crafted by the talented people behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Taking place on the Isle of the Blessed, you will take on the leader and a ton of monsters in a world with puzzles dungeons and more.

According to Ubisoft Quebec’s Senior Producer Marc-Alexis Côté:

“Over the last 10 years, I have had the chance to be part of an incredible team that has pushed the limits of Assassin’s Creed to explore historical periods from a unique angle. But our imagination has always been bound to the reality of the history books. Through our work on Assassin’s Creed Odyssey these past four years, our minds have lingered on another aspect of our history – mythology. Today, with Gods & Monsters, the tales we all love and know so well become a reality to be explored like never before.”

In case you were wondering, Gods & Monsters will be available on Uplay+ on the first day it releases — if you missed that announcement, it is the new Ubisoft-based subscription service coming dedicated to PC and Google Stadia.

If you want a better idea of what this game looks like, take a look at the concept art and screenshots below the trailer.

Gods & Monsters will be available for Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 25, 2020. You can check out the reveal trailer below:

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Lou Contaldi

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