Ubisoft is planning to celebrate 30 years at the upcoming E3 2016 on June 13 by introducing a wide range of new titles, which are much-anticipated by gamers. The company also released a trailer on YouTube as part of its 30th-year celebration, and it has already got 1,21,801 views.
In addition to revealing details for games such as Watch Dogs 2, For Honor, and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, the company will also disclose new content for live games. According to rumors, the company will also announce few surprises, which includes the launch of a new gamepad, although not confirmed.
According to company sources, the audience will be able to experience a 30-minute pre-show video with a five-minute demo of all the new games being released at E3. If you are attending E3, head over to its booth from June 14 to 16 and experience all new games in a real world environment.
Commenting on the development, Yves Guillemot, co-founder, and CEO, Ubisoft disclosed that E3 is a special moment for the company, which provides an opportunity for all entertainment professionals including gamers to network with each other. The product team will be able to interact with the gamers and gather feedback for improvements.
Check the Ubisoft trailer of E3 2016 here:
Guillemot said that the product team is keen to showcase the final product before the people, which they have developed with passion and dedication. The gaming industry is not the same as what it has been 30 years before but the passion of the company to build new games as per the latest technological standards hasn’t changed.
At the upcoming E3 2016, more than 2,000 fans will be able to experience Ubisoft games live at the booth. Moreover, they will also get an opportunity to meet development teams and top management staff to conduct interviews, capture selfies and much more.
Guillemot, meanwhile, revealed that the gaming industry continues to grow at a rapid pace with new platforms that enable an improved creativity and imagination. He also said that company is working hard to make its games compatible with touch oriented displays, which includes tablets.
You can track news related to the presence of Ubisoft at E3 2016 with the hashtag #UBIE3 on Twitter.