Ubisoft is about to take center stage for this year’s E3 event and many are expecting the company to showcase some of the most anticipated titles that are being developed by the firm. If you can’t be at Los Angeles to watch the event personally, do not fret as you can still watch the company announce their latest releases and their updates just by staying at home. Read on to know how you can live stream the gaming company’s spot for this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.
How to Watch the Live Stream for Ubisoft During E3 2016
Ubisoft is set to take the E3 2016 stage at 9PM GMT on the 13th of June, or that’s 1pm for the folks who are lucky enough to watch the event in Los Angeles. But for many gamers out in the world, you can watch it right at the comforts of your own home. Just like other E3 conferences, the company has decided to live stream their entire section online for hundreds of thousands of fans around the globe to enjoy.
So how can you watch the live stream of Ubisoft during E3 2016? Just head on to the company’s YouTube channel. You can also watch it live on their Twitch page if that’s the portal that you prefer. At the time of writing, if you head onto those pages and try to search for the live stream of the event, the video will not be available yet. So you’d best get back to the pages before 9PM GMT so that you don’t miss any of the action.
So what can be expected from the company for this year’s event? First, there’s the anticipated Watch Dogs 2, in which the announcement and some leaks have already taken place. In the game, there’s a new protagonist which is found in a completely new location. This time around, you can send a drone to do the dirty work of hacking for you.
Aside from Watch Dogs 2, fans are anticipating Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands which also aims to take the spotlight during the event. When you take a look at some of the more recent YouTube videos that have already been posted by its developers, the game is already shaping up quite nicely. It is also the first in the series to be set in a massively responsive open world.
Like what happened with Bethesda, there are those who expect that Ubisoft will somehow join in on the virtual reality trend. However, what these games are that will be available on VR headsets are still difficult to say this early on. Fans should wait for official announcements during the event for news pertaining on the matter.
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