E3: UbiSoft confirms Far Cry 4, Assassin's Creed: Unity

News Aaron Birch
10 Jun 2014 - 22:35

Ubisoft has quite the collection of big hits these days, and this year's E3 showing was no different. Here are its announcements...

Kicking things off with a title as big as Far Cry 4, Ubisoft is clearly showing its muscle, and this year's E3 conference packed in some of the biggest games in the industry.

Despite the racial controversy surrounding it, Far Cry 4 looks very promising indeed, with another charismatic, and disturbed antagonist. This was followed by Just Dance 2015 and the mobile Just Dance Now.

Tom Clancy's The Division followed, with more story details, including the game's background via an impressive CG trailer. The Crew was then looked at, with more on the ambitious open world racer that goes from coast to coast in the US with no loading screens.

Assassin's Creed Unity was, of course, a very big thing, and although the cynic in us may say it looks much the same with better graphics, the promise of four-player co-op should make things a little more interesting.

Shape Up was next on the cards, and aims to make working out a lot more entertaining. Think of it as Wii Fit with a more gamer focus, and this lead into one of the most promising titles coming from Ubi, Valiant Hearts: The Great War.

The show was wrapped up with the reveal of new Rainbow Six title, Rainbow Six: Siege. This is a new Rainbow Six that looks to focus on the take down of hostage takers, putting players in either good or bad role, working together to take down the other team.

You can watch the whole conference below. Jump to 35 minutes for the conference to begin.

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