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All about UBISOFT games

There were many highlights made at E3 2019 press conference, and many of those highlights included the ones from Ubisoft games. Ubisoft announced a new action game adventure named Watch Dogs Legion, with a beautiful look called Gods and Monsters, with a $15 subscription per month.

Ubisoft kicked off the show recently with the Watch Dogs series wherein you can take control of the entire team of resistance agents, right from your chiseled bald men to the little old ladies. What’s even more fascinating is that you can actually recruit and play as anyone you see in the game.

Gods and Monsters has a beautiful cartoon aesthetic in which you fight mythological creatures. It’s a storybook adventure about a forgotten hero on a quest to save the Greek gods. Meanwhile, Ubisoft is also launching its own game subscription “UPlay+” wherein a $15 subscription per month gets you access to a library of over 100 Ubisoft games and all their DLC. It’ll include early access, and also Watch Dogs Legion.

There’s also this new game based on roller derby called Roller Champions which is a skill-based, team PVP sports game. In this game, you’ll be able to play a pre-alpha demo for the next few days on PC.

Rainbow Six: Quarantine is the next Rainbow Six which is a three-player tactical player-versus-enemy co-op game. Coming in early 2020, this game looks extremely scary, like a horror game! Another game which will be out tomorrow is Rainbow Six: Siege’s next season “Operation Phantom Sight”.

Meanwhile, ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ actors are currently working with Ubisoft on a TV comedy about video game development. Actor Rob McElhenney showed up to discuss Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, a television show that he is putting together with castmate Charlie Day with Ubisoft, a comedy for Apple TV+ about game development. Therefore, it can be easily said that Ubisoft is sure to release a line of these many games for all excited gamers out there.

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Elicia is a food and mobile tech industry enthusiast. She sleeps an eye open looking for industry updates and spends weekends fishing with her husband.
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