Watch Ubisoft's Big E3 Event Live Right Here

Watch Ubisoft's Big E3 Event Live Right Here

Ubisoft's E3 press conference put its development teams front and center with a host of announcements.

The E3 trailer didn't reveal any new details about the property, but Ubisoft took the time to showcase all of the brutally violent ways that players can use Hope County's various accoutrements - including a combine harvester - to execute their opponents. Guillemot and Nintendo Creative Designer Shigeru Miyamoto officially revealed Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle at its E3 2017 press conference and it will be released for the Nintendo Switch on August 29th. It'll be released in 2018. There weren't massive surprises, especially because Assassin's Creed Origins, one of its biggest games at the show, was announced during Microsoft's conference yesterday.

Twelve superhero classes will be available for fans to train and fight with, while most players expect the complex mechanics of The Stick of Truth to return in a new iteration in this parody game launching next October. No platforms were mentioned, however it can be pre-ordered for the PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Surprisingly, The Crew 2 made an appearance at the conference this year. When you're done watching the trailer on loop like I have been, wait for this one to come out some time in the future.

There was plenty of coverage for South Park game titles. Of course, Just Dance still exists.

Yet another original property, Starlink: Battle for Atlas allows players to build starships to defend a galaxy from invaders.

Ubisoft and PlayStation were the final two to go before the show floor opens and fans can get their hands on some of the biggest titles from all companies.

Then we took a look at new Tom Clancy's The Division updates, including a new Survival DLC. Steep also got a new expansion announced, themed after the 2018 Winter Olympics. Ubisoft was offered its own entry to VR with Transference, a psychological thriller game being co-produced with Elijah Wood's film company, Spectrevision. The catch is that there will be toys that can be attached to controllers with swappable pilots and ship mods that will change the ship in game, like Skylanders minus the portal.

Developed by the team at Ubisoft Singapore, Skull and Bones is a new franchise inspired by the work of the content creators in charge of the naval battles from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.

E3 2017 is in full swing and, as usual, the firehose of news and trailers makes it hard to keep track of the announcements that matter. Because of this, showing old titles was likely the only option available. There's a promise of 30 minutes of actual gameplay right after the show.

Far Cry 5 looks like a hoot as well, as players spark a revolution against a doomsday cult that's taken over rural Montana.

Unfortunately, the majority of the games shown were nothing new, and as such, the conference fell apart because of it.