This year it’s been crazy and this year, E3 is mysterious, the schedules were revealed at the last minute and we’ve only just got a little idea of what’s to come. Here at Voxel, we’re going to do the most witchy broadcast of the event, but are expectations high? Let’s check this video, what to expect from Ubisoft at E3 2021.
We start with updates. The company has confirmed that we will have news about the following games: For Honor, trackmania, The Crew 2, Brawlhalla, Watch Dogs Legion and other games, this even during the countdown to the main show. During the show, we will receive news from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Rainbow Six: Siege, the series Mythic Quest of Apple TV+ and the movie Werewolves Within, these last two that are productions of Ubisoft Film & Television and with release date close.
What is confirmed?
Going to games, the publisher has already informed three that have not yet debuted on the market and will be present. The first is Far Cry 6, which will place the player on the Caribbean island of Yara to face the dictator El Presidente, played by the wonderful Giancarlo Esposito.
Another is the continuation of Rainbow Six: Siege. It was announced at E3 2019 under the name Rainbow Six Quarantine but as the world is in a state of calamity with real quarantines, the company decided to change the name of the game. Both a trailer and an unreleased demo were promised, so stay tuned.
To close the confirmed ones, let’s go to Riders Republic, which was postponed earlier this year. The multiplayer title with motorcycles, bicycles, skis, snowboards and even a glider suit will bring a huge scenario with up to 50 simultaneous players for those who enjoy more extreme experiences.
Speculations and Rumors
Okay, now let’s get to the part we really like: the speculations. Right away, I already say that there will be some dance performance to announce the new just dance. The franchise is annual and whenever Ubisoft can, it gets someone fidgeting on stage, so wait for it.
It can also be said that we will have something new from Assassins Creed. Like Valhalla was released at the end of last year, I’m a little shy about a new main game, but maybe a remaster or even a spin off, like Chronicles or even for mobiles, show up on the 12th.
Oh, let’s not forget the Remake of Prince of Persia, which has been in production since 2018. Unfortunately, news today revealed that the game will not be at E3 2021. The title has already been postponed three times and now it only arrives in 2022.
And what about Sam Fisher, who hasn’t shown up for a long time? the last time was in Rainbow Six: Siege last year, but we don’t see a new game in the franchise Splinter Cell since 2013. There are strong rumors that the spy series may show up in virtual reality, more specifically in Oculus VR. It is enough for us to wait this week.
do you remember skull and bones it’s from Beyond Good and Evil 2? Both were shown at E3 2017, that is, 4 years ago and that’s why. Thus, several news were released about both, but nothing impactful, except postponements. Everything indicates that we will have more information about both in this E3, but this is not set in stone.
And to finish, we can hope for the return of the company’s classics, such as Rayman, which hasn’t shown up in a main game since 2013, or even greatness, which was very successful in the Dreamcast era. Options for reviving are not lacking for Ubisoft, just choose well.
Remembering that you will be able to follow the broadcast on Voxel’s YouTube channel on the 12th at 14:00. So what are your expectations? Is there a game you really want to appear? And which ones we’ve talked about there’s no chance of showing up. Leave it in the comments