Ubisoft at E3 2018: Live stream, start time, predictions

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E3 2018 is underway and we're now approaching the final few press conferences from the industry's biggest video game publishers and platform holders. Ubisoft is up next with its annual showcase, where we can expect details on new titles, gameplay trailers, and product announcements.

Ubisoft 2018: When and where to watch

Ubisoft's E3 press conference is set for 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST on June 11, through the official stream embedded below. The live broadcast is also accessible on the company's YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer channels. For those unable to watch, timely written coverage can also be found at Windows Central.

Ubisoft has been somewhat transparent about its E3 offerings, confirming the presence of several major titles this year. Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is expected to occupy a significant portion of its press conference, with an unveiling of its setting, mechanics, and a gameplay demo. The newly announced Assassin's Creed Odyssey will also see a world premiere, after its Ancient Greece setting leaked last month.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is set to return for a deeper showcase, expanding on last year's surprise reveal more tangible gameplay expected. Skull and Bones will also be present, diving deeper into its mechanics following its debut last E3. And although The Crew 2 is set to release this month, expect an appearance outlining content for launch and beyond.

Downloadable content is also expected for existing Ubisoft games, as the publisher continues to embrace the "games as a service" business model. Rainbow Six Siege, For Honor and Far Cry 5 are all likely candidates for the stage, providing a look at what's next for the titles. And could we see the return of Splinter Cell? Let's hope so.

What are you looking forward to from Ubisoft? Let us know your predictions in the comments.

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