los angeles - With a diverse array of surprises, Ubisoft was highly praised. With a host of Super Mario designer Shigeru Miyamoto and complete surprise Beyond Good \u0026 Evil 2, the publisher got hands on each other.
It may have been the best press conferences since years that Ubisoft at the Orpheum Theater, in Los Angeles during the E3. In a hectic hour, the French company was able to surprise, to wonder, to stimulate and to emotion. And all of that with a tight show without too much fuss.
The opening started immediately. Nobody less than Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto unveiled along with Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot the cross-over game Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. It will be an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch where the world-famous plumber, along with a bunch of annoying but secretly, funny albino rabbits, the Rabbids, should take on other rubbish-rabbits. The gameplay is tactical and comic at the same time; In which turn-ups are made and action is taken with colder weapon arena and fake moves. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will appear on August 29th.
In the weeks before the E3, a lot of information had been learned about Ubisoft's new Triple A games. But now that we saw them well, they made a deep impression. Far Cry 5 is hard-core but at the same time it knows white humor. The open world shooting game lets you capture it in American Montana against a violent religious sect. The fun is that you can use different AI-powered sidekicks including a loyal dog. The Crew 2 adds next to cars this time over water-racing powerboats and stunt aircraft to the furious multiplayer racing game. Assasin's Creed: Origins plays in ancient Egypt and looks amazing. Here, players follow the story of the emergence of Assassins' first-ever order, sail them on the Nile, fight them with hippos and crocodiles, and climb imposing pyramids. It may be clear: Assassin's Creed is back away.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Assasin's Creed: Origins\n \n \n \n \n \n \n Beyond Good \u0026 amp; Evil 2
But Ubisoft did not just play safe. Mario + Rabbids was already a pleasant surprise, but the company also revealed Skull \u0026 amp; Bones; A pirate team with full focus on sea teams. Remember the Assassin's Creed IV Navelbattles: Black Flag only than much more and with the ability to make the seven seas one to five at five, five to five, unsafe. Another new title was Starlink: Battle for Atlas. A cartoon-looking space exploration action game that comes with physical toys spacecraft. Just now Activision has taken silent farewell to the toys-to-life genre- a new Skylanders glitters in Los Angeles by absenteeism- Ubisoft comes with spacecraft that clicks players on top of their controller, and then adjusts with different parts, wings and weapons.
And there was another game; Transferrence. This Virtual Reality title is developed by the production company of actor Elijah Wood, who himself also appears in the game. The mysterious story is about a research program for brain waves from the 1990s and revolves around Walter's memory; An ex-soldier with post-traumatic stress. As a player, you experience his brains and saved memories. The game reminded Resident Evil 7 a bit more.
But the real claw was, absolutely nothing, a crazy CGI trailer from Beyond Good \u0026 amp; Evil 2. This title did not see anyone coming. The original was published in 2003 and was acclaimed by the media at the time. Commercially, however, the adventure game was not a success. Bedenker Michel Ancel longed for a sequel but got the member on the nose. Fans continued to chase for a sequel and in 2008 Ubisoft showed a glimpse of a sequel but... after that it became deafening quiet. Now, the game is rebooted against all expectations. The beautiful trailer shows a colorful, exotic world full of talking animals, flying cars and space pirates, and plays off for the first part. When Beyond Good \u0026 amp; Evil 2 comes out, nobody knows but it's great news that Ubisoft has the balls to give the franchise a 2nd chance.