Ubisoft has just announced its lineup of titles for the 2005 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), to be held May 18–20, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Not only will Ubisoft showcase current generation titles, but they will also showcase games being developed for next-generation consoles. A preview of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 3 (working title) will demonstrate some of the incredible capacities of the new console. Ubisoft will also provide a glimpse of Peter Jackson’s King Kong, being developed for all platforms, including next-generation.
Below is the complete list of Ubisoft Xbox titles that will be on show at E3 2005:
Far Cry Instincts: The PC survival shooter and smash hit of 2004 re-imagined for console gamers.
187 Ride or Die: Urban street racing at its grittiest comes to life as you defend your turf.
Peter Jackson’s King Kong: Experience the must-have game based on Universal Pictures’ King Kong film from Academy Award winning director Peter Jackson.
Prince of Persia 3 (working title): Blending the winning elements from the first two masterpieces to bring a unique and unexpected twist to the award-winning franchise.
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII: Experience the most gripping and famous battles of World War II through the eyes of a squadron commander and ace fighter pilot.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Lockdown: The ultimate reference in multiplayer experience returns with the all-new Rivalry Mode and Persistent Elite Creation Mode.
America’s Army: Rise of a Soldier: The most authentic military game to date incorporating true-to-life character progression with an all-new Career mode.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 3 (working title) [next-generation console]: Next-generation console technology meets the soldier of the future to revolutionize the classic squad-based shooter.
Now while King Kong is being developed for both the current generation Xbox and a "next-generation console" Ghost Recon 3 is not going to appear in the current generation, now of course these aren't offically confirmed to be coming to Xbox 2 as their next-gen console but I would highly assume this to be the case but I could be wrong never the less, only 4 weeks until we will find out. More news as it comes to hand.
Adelaide, South Australia
Great news that Ubisoft will at last release Far Cry Instincts in Los Angeles in May. When will we be able to buy it in Australia?
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