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Ubisoft uncovers its E3 2014 lineup

26 May 14

Ubisoft has uncovered the lid to share most of the games it will be showcasing at E3 2014.

Ubisoft will again hold a press conference hosted by actress and comedian Aisha Tyler.

The briefing will be broadcast live and on demand on Ubisoft’s YouTube channel and Twitch channel. For New Zealanders, you can catch their press conference at 10 a.m. on Tuesday June 10th.

Some of the games Ubisoft will be showing include: Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, Tom Clancy’s The Division, The Crew, Valiant Hearts The Great War, and more.

“2014 is the most exciting year the gaming industry has seen in a while. At E3, we can’t wait to share our future of gaming,” said Yves Guillemot, co-founder and CEO, Ubisoft.

“Ubisoft teams have fully embraced this new generation and will demonstrate how they are bringing breakthrough innovations to our beloved franchises and beyond in order to offer players the most original and memorable gaming experiences.”

Other than the games already announced, Ubisoft could surprise us once again by revealing entirely new games at E3.

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