The Ubisoft conference has been bringing the heat, and while a few things leaked ahead of time, that does nothing to stop the hype. After the rather magnificent performance by the Assassin's Creed Symphony, we got to see the incredible looking Watch Dogs Legion. That's not all though, as we also got to see a new TV show from Rob McElhenney, one of the minds behind Always Sunny In California. 

The next big game we saw was more of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. The trailer this time starts with The Punisher, I mean Cole D. Walker lecturing his Wolves about the importance of strength in battle. He's definitely a commanding presence, and it looks like he's going to make an excellent bad guy. 

 

Jon Bernthal then came out on stage with a very good doggie which I can only assume is an attempt to match the wholesome nature of Keanu Reeves last night. 

He was kind enough to remind us of the fact that in this new game we'll be fighting against an army of well-trained Ghosts and a horde of drones. It really does look like it's going to be an incredible challenge for the Ghosts this time around. The trailer did a great job of showing off the beauty of this new setting too. 

They announced on stage that after launch your AI teammates would be back to help you if you prefer to play these games solo. This wasn't initially the plan, as evidenced by the fact that it is coming after launch, but it is a welcome addition for many. 

There was also an announcement for the new community program Delta Company. This is aimed at keeping that community going and will be a hub for all things Ghost Recon Breakpoint. 

The biggest news from this part of the E3 2019 was that the beta would be coming September 5th. Plus, the game will be supported for years to come. 

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