Ubisoft kicked off its weird and wild all-remote E3 on Saturday afternoon with a stage-free version of its annual parade of reveals.
The French publisher laid out a tantalizing lineup that includes a bevy of new games as well as an assortment of additions to older ones. The presentation covered an awful lot of ground, so let’s get right into it.
Rainbow Six: Extraction debuts
The next iteration of Ubi’s esports favorite, Rainbow Six: Siege, is taking things in a decidedly different direction. First announced in 2019 (and now sporting a new title, since the original Rainbow Six Quarantine hits differently in 2021), Extraction skips competitive players-versus-player action in favor of a cooperative experience. Read more…