Ubisoft started its 2019 E3 press conference with an awesome pre-show in which publisher’s representatives talked about previous games. Even during the pre-show, we’ve received a couple of great news regarding Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The game will soon get new Story Creator and Discover Tour modes. But these were just the beginning…

1. Watch Dogs Legion

Ubisoft kickstarted its conference with a bang and finally unveiled Watch Dogs Legion. Speculations about the game’s setting were true as well as the leak foretelling that players will be able to take control of NPCs roaming the post-Brexit London. Watch Dogs Legion will be coming out on March 6th, 2020.

2. Roller Champions

Roller Champions is a new skill-based, team PvP sports game. In it, players will roll around the stadium and compete in something similar to Quidich on rollerblades. The game has a very colorful design which is reminiscent of Rocket League and will surely appeal to many players. Roller Champions’ alpha test on PC begins this week, while the release date is not yet set.

3. Just Dance

Just Dance 2020 was officially unveiled during the conference. The unexpected detail about this reveal was its platforms. Just Dance 2020 will be released on all current generation consoles, as well as Google Stadia and… Nintendo Wii.

4. Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

We can’t say that we saw this coming. Ubisoft is currently working on a new TV show called Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet which will be a sit-com for Apple TV+. The show stars Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia who will assume the role of a game director running an MMORPG studio.

5. Gods & Monsters

Ubisoft wrapped the conference up announcing a new game called Gods & Monsters. From what we gathered, it will be a stylized open-world RPG game similar to Breath of The Wild. In the game, you will fight creatures from Greek mythology in order to save the Greek gods. Gods & Monsters should be released on February 25th, 2020.

In addition to all the news mentioned above, Ubisoft also shed some light on Ghost Recon: Breakpoint as well as presented new additions coming to Rainbow Six Siege, For Honor, and The Division 2. However, we missed Beyond Good & Evil 2 as well as something related to Sam Fisher, did you not?