Ubisoft Announces the Time and Date for its E3 2018 Press Conference

Ubisoft Announces the Time and Date for its E3 2018 Press Conference

What will we see from Ubisoft this year?

Ubisoft announced the date and time for its E3 presentation this year. The developers behind Assassin's Creed and Far Cry will host its annual E3 show on June 11 at 1pm PT/4pm ET.

The presentation will be held at the Orpheum Theater, and will include a live-streamed pre- and post-show, along with the live-streamed main event. You can probably expect a host as well since Ubisoft has frequently employed the talents of celebrities like Aisha Tyler and Mr. Caffeine.

Assassin's Creed Origins

We have some idea of what the company will announce at this year's E3. No doubt we will get more details about The Division 2 which was announced earlier this year. There's also rumors that the next Assassin's Creed will take place in Greece, so maybe we'll get a confirmation on that.

However, we'll most likely be interested in hearing how Beyond Good and Evil 2 is shaping up after its surprise reveal at last year's Ubisoft E3 press conference. So far all we have on Beyond Good and Evil 2 are extended tech demos and the announcement trailer.

At the same time, Ubisoft is all-in on its post-launch content strategy as seen in games like Rainbow Six Siege and Ghost Recon Wildlands. So we might see some new expansions for existing Ubisoft titles.

Anyways, Ubisoft will once again be hosting a press conference at E3 this year. We already know Bethesda is doing one of its annual E3 shows as well. Which games are you looking forward to hearing about at E3 2018?

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