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Ubisoft Reveals "Watch Dogs Legion," "Gods & Monsters," and More at E3 2019

Ubisoft's E3 Watch Dogs Legion trailer steals the show. Loads of Tom Clancy spinoff trailers disappoint.

Ubisoft held their E3 2019 panel today, revealing an incredible trailer for Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters, and a baffling TV show.

Here's a breakdown of all the highlights:

Watch Dogs Legion

Watch Dogs Legion Gameplay Reveal Trailer - E3 2019 www.youtube.com

The Watch Dogs Legion reveal really exceeded expectations. While the previous games in the franchise followed traditional narratives with one main protagonist, Watch Dogs 3 stars an entire organization of underground dissidents battling a high-tech police state in London. You get to play as brawlers, hackers, spies, and characters from all walks of life, ranging from policemen to little old ladies operating drones.

The potential here seems enormous. Supposedly, you can recruit any person in the in-game world into the resistance, allowing you to discover their unique background and step into their shoes. Watch Dogs Legion is one of the biggest standouts thus far from E3 2019.

Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet

MYTHIC QUEST RAVEN'S BANQUET TV Show Trailer (E3 2019) www.youtube.com

Mythic Quest Raven's Banquet was a weird announcement. It's not a game. It's a TV show starring Rob McElhenney (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as an MMO creative director named Ian Grimm. The show partnered with Ubisoft to make the gameplay footage, so it's kind of like The Office meets World of Warcraft. It doesn't look particularly great, but Rob McElhenney is funny, so who knows?

Gods & Monsters

GODS & MONSTERS - TRAILER E3 2019 www.youtube.com

A new project from the team behind Assassin's Creed, Gods & Monsters looks like a mythology-based action game with an especially cartoonish vibe. Not much was shown, but this might be a cool game to keep an eye on over the coming months.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint: E3 2019 Walker Manifesto | Ubisoft [NA] www.youtube.com

John Bernthal (Shane from Walking Dead) plays Cole D. Walker, the villain of the new Ghost Recon and leader of a specially trained group of soldiers called the Wolves. It looks pretty good if you're into FPS games.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2

It's Tom Clancy but free-to-play. Oh boy. Time to buy more virtual guns.

Tom Clancy's The Division MOVIE NETFLIX

You thought we were done with Tom Clancy's The Division? No way, Jose. Netflix is making a movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain, and this is very exciting to...someone?

Just Dance 2020

There's a new one. You just dance.

Rainbow Six Siege

There's some new spy guns or something? Exciting?

Rainbow Six Quarantine

This one has three players or something? Exciting?

Adventure Time/ Brawlhalla

Adventure Time characters, including Finn, Jake, and Princess Bubblegum, are coming to the free-to-play party brawler Brawlhalla. Does anyone play this?

UPLAY+ SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE

Uplay Plus - Official Annoucement Trailer - E3 2019 www.youtube.com

$14.99 a month, so WHY ARE PEOPLE CLAPPING?

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