At this year's E3, Ubisoft played it safe and focused above all on the big titles. With "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" and "Splinter Cell: Blacklist", blockbusters were born and already on the starting blocks for this year - being presented at the event in the best light. New announcements could be seen as well, which are the racing game "The Crew" and Tom Clancy's MMO "The Division".
At the beginning of the show, Ubisoft presented the guitar learning game "Rocksmith 2014" with following words: "It has never been that easy to learn how to play the guitar".
Afterwards, "Splinter Cell: Blacklist" was announced. According to Aisha Tyler, this title is supposed to be "the biggest Splinter Cell ever".
Next up was "Rayman Legends" - this is the sequel of "Rayman Origins". Rayman Legends is said to be released on August 29 for Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360 and Playstation Vita.
Their presentation continued with the amusing free-to-play hack'n'slay online game "The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot". Your goal is to build up a castle, which has to be defended.
It remains humorous at Ubisoft: a short movie on "South Park: The Stick of Truth" was presented, poking fun at the change of publishers. This game is available around Christmas 2013.
Racing games could not be missing at E3 and Ubisoft got in on the act with "The Crew".
Following was the party game "Just Dance 2014". It contains new features like six-player mode, on-stage mode, the just dance DJ and many more. Just Dance 2014 is going to be released in October 2013.
The eagerly awaited game "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" was rather disappointing than fascinating - there were no real innovations on behalf of Jean Guesdon from Ubi Montreal. He promises a mixture of "freedom, rebellion and adventures" and also shows some more ingame scenes.
Last but not least, a blockbuster called "Tom Clancy's The Division" was released, which is an "open world online RPG". The main issue is about a bioterror-attack infecting the Earth - a virus, which was brought in circulation via bank notes. The presentation of "Tom Clancy's The Division" ends with a rain of play money from the ceiling. The open world online RPG is said to be released for PS4 and Xbox One in year 2014.
Putting it in a nutshell, this was a really entertaining and well-made presentation by Ubisoft with very thrilling and humorous games. The gaming world is curious about what Ubisoft might unveil in the future.