It's time for Ubisoft's E3 2021 Press Conference. Stick with us for all of this year's E3 news in a condensed and easy-access format.
The Ubisoft E3 2021 Press Conference will begin at 12PM PT on Saturday, June 12. Are you hyped? We're insanely hyped! We keen for some more Far Cry 6, the age old question of "are we getting a new Assassin's Creed this year?", and to have all of our Ubisoft questions answered. E3 is always a fantastic time, and this year will be no different – Ubisoft Forward is also the first press conference at E3 2021, so the expectations are high... Let's jump in!
Our live updates are below, but do you want to quickly catch up on all-things E3 2021? Well, here are a couple of articles to get you started:
- E3 2021 Schedule: Conferences, Games, & What to Expect
- E3: Middle-Earth 3 Will Have Open World like Skyrim
- E3 2021 Confirmed as a Digital Event!
E3 2021 Ubisoft Forward Press Conference: All Live Updates
Rainbow Six: Extraction Release Date
Rainbow Six: Extraction will officially be released on September 16. We start off the show with a cinematic trailer for Rainbow Six: Extraction. This time featuring: Monsters! The game will be a 1-3 player PvE extravaganza. In Extraction, operators will be locked until they are saved – so you've got to save your teammates! To be fair though, we've seen this stuff so many times before at this point: this is Resistance, this is Gears of War, this is every alien parasite infestation movie or video game ever. This one just happens to have Rainbow Six slapped on it. Still, it is promising for coop fans and what's more, the game will be cross-platform, so you can play with all your friends.
Check out the E3 2021 Gameplay deep-dive for Rainbow Six: Extraction!
Rocksmith+ Announced: A New Way to Learn Guitar!
Remember Rocksmith? It's one of the best ways to learn guitar – and now it's getting an update. Rocksmith+ is coming, offering a new and inventive adaptation on this classic guitar game. Who knows, maybe it will help you reconnect with your long-lost cowboy dad... at least according to the trailer. You can check out the closed beta now! Better get in quick.
Rider's Republic Coming September 2
Are you into extreme sports? Well, if you are then it's time to check out Rider's Republic on September 2. Snowboard, skate, glide, and explore around an open world map. You can perfect your favorite extreme-sport, or you can get a taste of everything. It's a "natural outdoor playground for you and your friends to explore however way you want." If you want to play every extreme sports game ever in one game, then you can also sign up to the beta via Ubisoft's official page.
Just Dance is Back in Just Dance 2022!
Get your grove on in Just Dance 2022, confirmed for an November 4 release date. Express yourself through dance, and show off your individuality in a way that may (or may not) involve dying your hair pink. Check out the Just Dance Website to get more details on the forty new tracks that you can shake your booty to very soon...
Far Cry 6 Shows Off Ubisoft's Best Villain
The Far Cry 6 presentation starts with an insane look at Far Cry 6's new villain, continuing the tradition of awesome Far Cry villains. We then got a look at the Far Cry 6 season pass, and what seems like a remaster of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon!
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope Announced!
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope will be excusive to the Nintendo Switch. It's release date has been confirmed for 2022. Hang on: a new Mario + Rabbids game? Hell yeah, this is going to be freaking awesome! About time as well. As usual, we get a super cool cinematic trailer for the new game, with our bro Mario getting ambushed by one of the coolest villains we've seen in a while. Holy guacamole, now we have a galaxy to explore (and save, of course) – and it may as well be called Mario + Rabbids: Galaxy Edition. You can probably tell that we're pretty bloody hyped!
Check out the first gameplay reveal for Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope in the following video...
Avatar: Frontier of Pandora Announced: Avatar Gets A Ubisoft Open-World Game
James Cameron's record-breaking blockbuster is getting its own video game (finally), in a surprise announcement from Ubisoft. We expect that it is an open-world Ubisoft game, complete with all expected features – but this is unconfirmed. What we can confirm, however, is that Avatar: Frontier of Pandora is slated for a 2022 release date. What a pleasant surprise!
Check out this E3 2021 Ubisoft Forward Press Conference Livestream:
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- Leak: GTA 6 Will Have VR & Will Be Revealed in GTA Online Events
- Leak: Pokémon Arceus Graphics Will Get Huge Boost on Switch Pro