It may not have been very exciting, but Ubisoft delivered a great presentation nonetheless. Check out the most important news from the press conference here.

Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey revealed, will be released October 5th

Ubisoft has revealed Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. The game takes place in Ancient Greece. According to the developers, the emphasis is on RPG elements. For the first time in an Assassin’s Creed game, you have to choose between a male or female character at the start of the game.

Also new are the dialogue options you have during conversations. The choices you make will undoubtedly have a small impact on the story. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey tells your story more than previous titles, according to Ubisoft.

Several trailers were shown at the unveiling. Check out the most important ones below.

Ubisoft drops new Beyond Good & Evil 2 trailer

Ubisoft has unveiled a new trailer for Beyond Good & Evil 2. In the trailer, we see a space pirate ship being attacked by another ship led by a younger Jade. Some background gameplay was also briefly shared, but this footage has not yet appeared online.

The developers plan to make the game together with fans. In collaboration with HitRECord they hope to bring unique artwork and music to the game. It is therefore possible that your work appears in Beyond Good & Evil.

More information is not given, so enjoy the epic new trailer.

Make friends or enemies in new Skull & Bones trailers

Pirate game Skull & Bones has gotten two brand new trailers. One of the trailers is fully cinematic and shows that piracy is almost dead. The other trailer only contains gameplay and shows a lot of new features.

In Skull & Bones you get your own ‘hideout’. Here you can prepare your ship for long journeys at sea. However, when you get out on the water, the game really starts.

Since Skull & Bones has a shared open world, you can meet other players while hunting for treasure. You then have the choice to make friends or enemies. Do you fight together and share the loot, or do you prefer to keep everything to yourself?

The Division 2 is getting a trailer, raids and free DLC

The Division 2 picks up where the first part left off. The game will have raids for eight people and a new progression system that only starts when you have reached the highest level. From that moment on, you can specialize in one of three classes with unique skills.

The Division 2 will also get three free DLC episodes in the first year. It is not yet known exactly what content these updates contain. The Division 2 launches on March 15, 2019 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Check out the new trailer below!

Trials Rising launches in February 2019, is also coming to Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft has unveiled a new Trials. Trials Rising takes you to special locations all over the world. The game was developed by Redlynx and a large group of community members. The game includes a multiplayer mode and no doubt a level editor as well. Trials Rising launches next February and is coming to Nintendo Switch in addition to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It is now possible to register for a closed beta.

For Honor gets a major update, available for free on PC for a week via Uplay

Ubisoft has unveiled a new expansion for For Honor. For Honor: Marching Fire adds four new fighters and a new game mode. The new mode is called ‘Breach’ and puts two groups of four players opposite each other.

In Breach, one group tries to take over the opponents’ castle. In the trailer below you can see exactly how the game mode works. Marching Fire launches October 16, 2018.

For everyone who would like to pick up the game now, there is good news: For Honor is free for a limited time! The basic version of the game can be downloaded for free via Uplay from now until next Monday.

If you would like to know what we can expect from the press conferences of Nintendo (Tuesday 6:00 PM Dutch time) and Sony (Monday / Tuesday night 3:00 AM), check it here and here.

Did you miss the other press conferences? Read our summaries about the presentations from EA Play, Microsoft, Bethesda and Devolver Digital.

For all information, schedules and streams, check our special E3 2018 page.