We're seeing Ubisoft expand more and more into the games as a service model, and we expect that to be part of the focus of this year's showcase, too.
The Ubisoft conference starts at 9pm BST.
Below, we've rounded up each and every announcement that Ubisoft made on Monday, complete with all of the new trailers that dropped on YouTube as the show was going on.
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For Honor also got its fair share of stage time announcing a new expansion called Marching Fire, which brings Dynasty warriors to the bunch. Fine by us. Take all the time you need.
Reportedly, Odyssey lets you control either a male or female protagonist, who are said to have connections to the First Civilisation. So head to Uplay and claim your copy before you forget about it.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey has a Playable Female Protagonist
Assassin's Creed Odyssey will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 5.
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Expect more on Assassin's Creed Odyssey at Ubisoft's press event later this evening, where we'll hoepfully get out first gameplay footage.
The description also encouraged fans to watch the game's world premiere trailer, which has yet to actually premiere. Origins was known for its breathtakingly handsome recreation of ancient Egypt and Odyssey promises more of the same for Greece, but numerous locales seemed almost identical to places found in Origins.
There's a claim this changes the way Ubisoft tell stories in Assassin's Creed, which seems to come down to being able to lie to NPCs, make conversational choices, and have faction alliances. Stay tuned to SegmentNext for coverage on the remainder of it with Sony and Nintendo's shows.
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There will also be new, "sleeker" card frames, while the new game client packs the game into a smaller file size. You can create players and use melee weapons and ranged weapons and magic, too.