Ubisoft is currently exploring a digital option for its E3 2020 announcements.
With the cancellation of E3 2020, Ubisoft has said it is looking into a digital experience for fans.
Like Microsoft before it, the company had plans to host its annual E3 presentation this year, but with the cancellation, it will instead explore other options.
During its last call to investors, the company said at E3 2020 it would talk more about its upcoming slate, and how it was looking forward to leveraging next-generation hardware.
With “five new AAA games" coming from the company during 2020-21, we were certainly looking forward to new release dates for Gods and Monsters, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and Watch Dogs: Legion.
Of the five, two are from the company's “biggest franchises” which could possibly mean a new Assassin's Creed.
We’re not sure where Beyond Good and Evil 2 fits in the release schedule, but an update on the game's development would be nice to hear considering it skipped E3 last year.
Development on Skull and Bones is still ongoing, and it is not expected until sometime around the end of the next fiscal year which ends March 31, 2021. An update on it would be nice as well.
Hopefully, Ubisoft will discuss its plans soon.