Led by Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, Ubisoft announced their line-up for their invitation only press event which will be held on June 6th at The Los Angeles Theater. The press event will play host to never before seen content from the publisher, with some secrets still remaining for the conference itself. Ubisoft will also have a strong presence on the floor of the convention this year, with plenty of playable titles on display at the convention.
Already known for its growing collection of blockbuster brands, Ubisoft’s E3 line-up features high definition titles that set the bar for gaming creativity and quality, including: Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Call of Juarez: The Cartel, Driver San Francisco, Rayman Origins and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier.
Ubisoft is entering the online games market in earnest, giving customers continuous connections to their favorite games whenever and wherever they want. By offering innovative new online titles, Ubisoft is using this year’s E3 to announce its presence as a key player in the online games space. Titles on display include: From Dust, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online, and TrackMania2 Canyon.
Ubisoft rules the casual market, holding the number one third-party position on Kinect, 3DS and Wii. Ubisoft continues to pioneer on emerging mainstream technologies and creating games with real-life benefits that the whole family can enjoy. Ubisoft’s casual games featured at E3 include: The Adventures of Tintin, MotionSports Adrenaline, Rocksmith, the upcoming new Raving Rabbids, Just Dance, and Your Shape games.
Additionally, during E3 exhibition hours Ubisoft will host an exclusive Rocksmith-branded tour bus outside of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Located in the concourse walkway between the West and South Halls, consumers can hop on the bus to demo the revolutionary new music experience that is the first and only game that plugs into any real guitar.
I know its a reach, but please, Ubisoft can you please pencil in a Splinter Cell 6 announcement and playable demo if its not too much to ask. Pretty please?