beware your nemesis
Blizzard spoke with us recently about what separates the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition experience over the PC and spoke about platform differences. Click here!
inquiring minds
We chat with friend of the site Cameron Lee about Dragon Age Inquisition's endgame content, theorycrafting, tactical play and much more. Click here for our interview!
welcome to you're doom
AusGamers got a 15-minute live sneak-peek at the totally reimagined Doom at this year's QuakeCon. Read our in-depth first-look impressions right here!
highway to the danger zone
We caught up with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's game director, Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, to talk all things Witcher, monsters and open-world! Click here!
Post by Eorl @ 03:35pm 11/06/14 | 0 Comments
Continuing the conference wrap ups is Ubisoft's E3 2014 press conference, where the publisher revealed a handful of new gameplay trailers for a number of already announced titles.

While it is becoming clearer that the bigger publishers aren't moving too far from their already established franchises, Ubisoft showed that innovation is still key in keeping these innovations ticking along. Just Dance 2015 will now utilise mobile phones to push for more interaction outside of the console, Assassin's Creed: Unity will offer four-player co-op missions and Far Cry 4 retains the crazy villain and cinematic first person storytelling elements.

Of course Ubisoft are known for revealing something new at the end of their conferences and that is exactly what they did, showing off the newest Rainbow title, Rainbow Six Siege. Check it out in action alongside all the other Ubisoft news via our Ubisoft E3 2014 Conference Recap.












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