Ubisoft E3 2017 Liveblog: First Footage of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Beyond Good & Evil 2 Gets Surprise Trailer [UPDATE: ALL DONE!]

Ubisoft E3 2017 Liveblog: First Footage of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Beyond Good & Evil 2 Gets Surprise Trailer [UPDATE: ALL DONE!]

Watch the Ubisoft E3 Conference livestream as Caty shares her thoughts on all of the news coming out of today's event.

Good afternoon everyone! Today's the day, of Ubisoft's E3 Press Conference.

Ubisoft is starting their E3 Conference at 1pm PT/4pm ET sharp. Caty will be liveblogging this particular showcase, noting all the news from Ubisoft has to offer right here. Below you can watch the stream alongside us. Join us!

All done here! You can see an archive of our liveblog and the conference below.

Watch live video from Ubisoft on www.twitch.tv

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