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Ubisoft teases “big surprises” for E3 2015

Ubisoft has revealed it has a few “big surprises” to showcase at E3 2015.

In a statement, Ubisoft has confirmed it will announce “several exciting new games” at E3 2015 during its press conference on Monday June 15.

The press conference, which will be live streamed via Twitch, YouTube and UPlay is being hosted by Aisha Tyler.

Aside from that, Ubisoft has even teased what the new titles could possibly be.

Could it be that Watchdogs 2 is confirmed at E3? Or are we looking at something to do with Far Cry 4? Or even a standalone title such as Valiant Hearts?

“E3 is always a very special moment for the entire gaming community because we all come together to share our visions for the future of entertainment and reveal the games into which we’ve been pouring our energy and passion. The players’ excitement and feedback when they first experience what we’re developing is what motivates us the most,” said Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft CEO. “We love being a part of this great community, and our talented teams continue to take risks, push boundaries and offer more freedom and choice within our games so that we can create long-lasting, enriching experiences for the players.”

Ubisoft also revealed that it will show off brand new content from three of its major upcoming games: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Tom Clancy’s The Division and Rainbow Six Siege.

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate was announced last month and is set in London. It features twin Master Assassins, Jacob and Evie Frye who are fighting to liberate the city.

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