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Letters from the Front

Man, this was bad. The worst E3 conference in years.

Ubisoft had it all this year: memes on an epic scale. From dogs to Helen to roller derby but the problem was that it sucked. It seems like a lot of the conferences last year was the best including Ubisoft’s; Ubisoft’s E3 2018 conference showcased Beyond & Good Evil 2, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, and much more which pales in comparision to what we recieved only an hour ago. This was boredom redefined.

This is my review of one of this E3’s most boring shows. I’m starting to think that E3 2019 is just an underwhelming show overall; I’m not sure why that is but I don’t feel as excited for this year’s E3, everything so far that has been shown has been really lackluster except for a very few exceptions and I’m not sure why I feel that way. Anyways, that was besides the point, let’s hop into the recap.

Watch Dogs: Legion

After numerous leaks and the box art cover being revealed only a short few hours ago, Watch Dogs: Legion was revealed to the world.

Watch Dogs: Legion is a heavily politically-charged game as it is set in a near future London in which Brexit has passed and Britain is now split from the EU. The huge twist is that you can assume control of anyone which allows you to build a squad of hackers. Legion launches in March.

Rainbow Six: Quarantine

As someone who has played very little of Rainbow Six: Siege due to the PvP nature of the game, Quarantine is right up my alley.

Quarantine is very much a companion piece to Siege, Quarantine is a co-op experience slated to release early next year and is slated to reach the same heights as it’s counter-part Siege.

Gods & Monsters

The team behind Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is working on something completely different, their next game is a smaller game which goes deep into Greek mythology. It will be out in February 2020.

The Future of The Division 2

The only thing that got me excited at Ubisoft’s E3 press conference.

The future looks really bright for The Division 2. Ubisoft went in depth about the game’s future: from delving into the first expansion and teasing the return to Manhattan, I can’t wait to hop back in and see what’s changed and see what’s good with the new expansions.

And that’s it. I struggled to write this and now I’m happy to get all the conferences over and done and now comes the games; stay tuned for my article on Xbox’s next-generation console and the games. Stay tuned for that over the next couple of days and eventually, my game of the show.

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