Ubisoft Announces E3 2018 Games Lineup and Teases Surprise Announcements

Ubisoft officially announces its lineup for E3 2018, but there are a few surprises saved for the show itself, that the publisher is keeping under wraps.

on May 24, 2018 12:17 PM

Today Ubisoft reached out with a press release announcing its lineup for E3 2018.

The publisher will host its press conference at 1:00 PM PDT on Monday, June 11th, at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles. A pre-show at 12:15 PM will keep the crowd entertainment with a “deeper dive” about one of the games that will be featured in the conference.

Below you can read a list of the games that we already know will be featured.

  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  • Beyond Good & Evil 2
  • For Honor
  • Skull & Bones
  • Starlink: Battle for Atlas
  • Transference

We also get a comment from CEO Yves Guillemot:

“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. 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.”

Yet, this is not all, as the announcement also teases “some surprises” saved for the show. We already know that an unannounced franchise will be announced at E3, and it’ll be interesting to see if there is more to come.

Speaking of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, the publisher recently promised more content for the sequel compared to the original.

You can check out a trailer below.

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