Everything else Ubisoft showed at E3 2018


Ubisoft might have one of the most extravagant conferences in this year’s E3. There’s a dance special, musical performances, two celebrity appearances, and one Shigeru Miyamoto. Apart from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft presented a ton of games during their 2-hour presentation.

Beyond Good & Evil 2

There’s a cinematic trailer for the seamless open world prequel, revealing most of the game’s diverse characters and the return of the first game’s “action photograper” Jade (although she looks more like an antagonist here than a photographer). The game is also collaborating with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s HitRecord to feature art and music into the game.


Trials Rising

Crazy motorbike/obstacle-course game, Trials, is making a return with Trials Rising. Run your obstacles starting February 2019 on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong DLC

That title’s a mouthful. And Ubisoft presented a first look at the latest addition to the Ubisoft x Nintendo crossover strategy game. The DLC will be available for the Nintendo Switch on June 26, 2018.

Skull and Bones

Ubisoft showed off their latest pirate-themed game, Skull and Bones, with a lengthy gameplay demo and ship customization. Expect the game to hit consoles and PC next year.


Elijah Wood (yes, that Hobbit) took to the stage to reveal that his company, Spectervision, is working with Ubisoft in the development of the VR game, Transference. The game’s coming Fall 2018 for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Plus, the game can also be played on a normal screen if you fancy that.

Starlink: Battle for Atlas

Space combat game, Starlink, also makes its first appearance here at the Ubisoft Conference. Also revealed is the Starfox DLC for the Nintendo Switch version of the game. Ubisoft even awarded Shigeru Miyamoto with the prototype ship model of Starfox used in the DLC. Journey through space on October 16, 2018 using the Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

For Honor: Marching Fire

For Honor gets its largest expansion yet, with the addition of Ancient China’s best warriors. We also get a first look at Breach, the latest game mode that involves a massive castle siege. If you’re keen on playing For Honor, the Starter Edition for the PC via Uplay is available for free until June 18.


Finally, Rainbow Six Siege also made an appearance, with the unveiling of a documentary. And Just Dance 2019 will come next year, including the Nintendo Wii. That’s everything.