Ubisoft E3 2014 Press Conference Run About

Ubisoft held its 2014 E3 video game press conference on June 9 at 3 PM PST. Fans have eagerly been waiting news about The Division, Assassin’s Creed Unity, and perhaps some Far Cry 4. Plus any new and exciting games that Ubisoft has yet to announce.

Far Cry 4 begins the Ubisoft press conference. What looks to be the intro video for the game. The main villain looking like he might be just as crazy as Vaas.

Ubisoft is continuing its dance crazy with Just Dance 2015. This will be a community driven game, though were not exactly told how this will happen. Just Dance Now will be an app for a phone or computer that allows you to dance anywhere. As long as you have a big TV nearby.

The Division takes over the stage to show off New York City that’s been taken over by a virus. An interesting look into how the world went to hell.

Racing is always a popular genre, and Ubisoft knowing this unveiled The Crew last year. A time lapse trailer shows off a variety of locations that you can drive in. The game comes out on November 11 2014.

The French revolution lives on in Assassin’s Creed Unity. It’s coming out on October 28 2014. The gameplay demo chows that it still looks very much like the other Assassin’s Creed games. Keeping the fundamental building blocks, yet they have rebuilt them.

Shape Up is fitness for gamers. That’s pretty much all that needs to be said.

World War One is not a topic often touched by video games, Ubisoft is bringing Valiant Hearts -The Great War- to consoles. It isn’t a typical shooter you might expect though. It comes out soon on June 25 2014.

Yves Guillemot CEO of Ubisoft comes out to announce one final game. Rainbow Six is back and is tactically action as ever. Titled Rainbow Six Siege it’s a tactical shooter about saving people.

And that’s the end of Ubisoft conference.

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