After the initial trailer, Ubisoft then showcased a full, almost 10-minute long gameplay walkthrough that showcases a ton of what the game will have to offer, including hefty dialogue, tons of weapon options, and a variety of other new additions that fans of the series will no doubt love.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey will, as expected, be set in ancient Greece.
The game takes place before Assassin's Creed Origins in the Greek empire and features an even larger map than its predecessor. In the past, we've seen attempts at VR, toys to life games, and some thinly veiled stabs at potential buy outs from megacorporations.
That was followed by the new Trials Rising indie game, along with the Donkey Kong Adventure expansion pack for last year's Nintendo-Ubisoft crossover, Mario + Raving Rabbids. A few information about its story has been revealed along with a handsome trailer showing its vast world and vibrant colors.
Hopefully, there won't be any more delays and we will see the game sometime next year. No Splinter Cell reveal, could it be coming in Sony's conference later?More news: One US soldier killed and four wounded in Somalia attack
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Three DLC packs are to be released in the wake of The Division 2, each one a full episode in an ongoing story.
What are your thoughts on Assassin's Creed Odyssey after watching the E3 trailer? They didn't just apply this mentality to the game's romantic pursuits and instead, implemented it across the broad spectrum of characters the player engages with, from friend to lover, to convey a more genuine appeal to relationships within the game. Ship customization, battles, special ability mechanics and multiplayer "backstabbing" are only the base of Skull and Bones, making it a worthy successor to Ubisoft's similar naval title Assassin's Creed Black Flag.
The game is set to be launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019. "We don't have anything specific to share at the moment but teams are working on different things, so stay tuned for more".