With several key publishers not having a big presence at E3 2019, Ubisoft had a chance to make a real impression during its press briefing and did not disappoint.

Starting with an all-new Watch Dogs game based in London was always going to go down well around these parts, but there was so much more besides.

Here then are the details of how to watch the UbiE3 event if you missed it first time around and the key highlights.

How to watch the Ubisoft E3 2019 press conference again

As soon as the community events are finished, you should be able to watch the event via the video below.

It is also available to watch via multiple Ubisoft social channels, including Twitter, YouTube and Twitch.

What games were announced during the Ubisoft E3 2019 showcase?

Although there were some notable absentees, including Beyond Good & Evil 2 (which wasn't expected, to be fair) and the heavily rumoured new Splinter Cell, there were still plenty of titles to get your teeth into. Here are our particular highlights.

Watch Dogs Legion

Based in London this time around, the action switches to the near future. The whole of the UK is under the grip of a totalitarian regime and it is up to DedSec to build a resistance to wrest the capital city from the iron grip.

As with all Watch Dogs games, hacking and tech control is very important - even more so in an even techier future - but this time you can also recruit and play with literally any person that inhabits the vast open world. Each even has their own backstory and voice acting. Amazing.

It will be out on 6 March 2020.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Ubisoft employed the help of The Punisher himself, Jon Bernthal, to introduce the latest Ghost Recon game. It made sense considering he stars in it.

The co-op action looks great, but we're also very excited that if you want to play solo, you can build a team with three AI characters.

Tom Clancy's Elite Squad

Elite Squad is a mobile tactical game starring characters from across the Ubisoft Tom Clancy franchise titles. You can build your squad up of Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon and The Division stalwarts. And yes, Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell is also available.

The game is coming for iOS and Android, and you can pre-register your interest now.

Rainbow Six Quarantine

Unlike Siege, the next Rainbow Six game will be a co-op PvE (player-versus-environment) shooter. Not much is known about it quite yet, as it's some way off from release, but it does feature monsters and a virus. Spooky.

The Division 2 Year 1

Coming in three separate episodes, content expansion Year 1 takes The Division 2 outside the boundaries of Washington and into other areas as a major threat has emerged that could wipe out the entire nation. And, someone you already know is seemingly involved.

In addition, Ubisoft announced that the movie version of The Division, to be directed by David Leitch and star Jake Gyllenhaal, has been exclusively signed to Netflix.

Roller Champions

Looking like a cross between Rocket League and Roillerball, Roller Champions is a team-based sports game that is available in demo form on UPlay for PC players to try out now.


Speaking of UPlay, Ubisoft is launching its own PC-based unlimited game download service on 3 September. For one monthly fee, PC gamers can download and play more than 100 Ubisoft games as often as they like. It's a big rival to Xbox Game Pass for PC and EA's Origin Access.

UPlay+, it was revealed, will also be coming to Google Stadia in 2020.

Gods & Monsters

Finally, Ubisoft finished its show with an all-new IP: Gods & Monsters. It is being developed by the team behind the superb Assassin's Creed Odyssey. And, while the company didn't show much, we have high hopes for this one.

Check out the rest of our E3 2019 round-ups here