E3 is in full swing and now publishers from all over the world are taking the opportunity to show their muscles in lavish, virtual showcases. Among the first to tell about what the future has to expect was Ubisoft who on Saturday showed a lot of small and good in his Ubisoft Forward. It was a massive, almost two-hour show, but unfortunately solved the big revelations with his absence. The entire broadcast can be seen above. Below we summarize the big news from Ubisoft Forward.
First trailer from Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
During the evening, a brand new game was revealed from Massive Entertainment. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a collaboration between Ubisoft, Lightstorm Entertainment and Disney. In this adventure game, you take on the role of a Na’vi in the fight against the RDA.
Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline will be released this summer
The help from the first Watch Dogs games returns in the expansion Bloodline to Watch Dogs: Legion. Bloodline offers a stand-alone story and London is still the scene. Available July 6.
New game modes for Trackmania
The crazy car game Trackmania has got two new, game modes that can be played completely free. IN Royal you and two friends can compete against up to 60 opponents at the same time. One by one, they are knocked out until only one winning team remains. The new Rankedmode is exactly what it sounds like, a mode where all players are ranked in the leaderboards. A lot of new building elements are also available in the editor. Among other things, water blocks are now available.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles enter Brawlhalla
Everyone’s favorite mutant ninja turtles are entering the fighting game Brawlhalla. A new track inspired by Turtle’s own sewers will also be added to the update, which will be released on June 16.
The contents of the Far Cry 6 Season Pass have been revealed
Everyone knows that the villains are the real protagonists of the Far Cry games. Those who acquire a Season Pass for the future Far Cry 6 will have the opportunity to experience completely new stories where the player takes the role of Vaas Montenegro, Pagan Min or Joseph Seed. The game’s Season Pass also offers a whole host of unique in-game weapons and vehicles as well as the classic Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope will be released next year
Mario, Peach and their friends reunite Rabbid in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope to Nintendo Switch. This time, the mission is to restore order in the galaxy after Cursa created chaos among the planets. The game will be released next year.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will be released this fall
The next installment of the Rainbow Six series will be released as a cross-play game on September 16th. This time, the real enemy is a parasite that comes to earth via a meteor. A team from Rainbow Six Siege is given the task of locating, stabilizing and eradicating the alien threat. In other respects, much is the same in this autumn’s big shooter Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction.
Rocksmith + takes back the guitar lessons to your computer
In the new version of the guitar playing Rocksmith + learning seems to be in focus. Through interactive lessons, a massive song library and a dedicated community, the idea is that everyone should be able to learn to play the guitar in front of the computer. You simply plug your gura into your computer via USB and then play along with the notes displayed on the screen. One Guitar Hero on steroids so to speak. Rocksmith + released to cosnols and mobile devices at a later date.
The future of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes Eivor to Paris
For the first time in Assassin’s Creeds story, new content comes to the game even in year two. This time the Vikings go to France to besiege Paris. The Siege of Paris released this summer and the expansion is included in Assassin’s Creed Valhall Season Pass. It is also possible to buy separately.
Just Dance 2022 invites you later this autumn
This year’s edition of the dance game Just Dance released on November 4. Just Dance 2022 features over 40 new songs, including hits such as “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels” by Todrick Hall, “Believer” by Imagine Dragons and “Level Up” by Ciara.