Ubisoft has revealed their full lineup for the Australian version of popular gaming event Penny Arcade Expo, which include playable versions of their big upcoming titles like Assassin's Creed and Far Cry.
Included in the lineup is Assassin's Creed Unity, Assassin's Creed Rogue, Far Cry 4 and Just Dance 2015. Fans attending the show will also get an opportunity to try out Tom Clancy's The Division, though in a behind closed doors demo at the Ubisoft Theatre.
Among the game demos, Ubisoft is also flying in two senior members of their development team to talk at PAX. Alex Hutchinson, Creative Director Far Cry 4, and Michael Hampden, Lead Game Designer Assassin’s Creed Rogue, will both be showcasing new sections of their games for fans in the region at the Ubisoft Theatre on the booth. They will also be sharing their industry knowledge and expertise during two panels on the Sunday.
Michael Hampden will be taking part in two panels; ‘The Customised Is Always Right: Pre-gen vs custom characters’ at the Galah theatre on Friday at 4.30pm and the ‘Importance of Diverse Skillsets when Making Games’ panel at the Wombat theatre on Sunday at 2pm. Alex Hutchinson will be taking part in the ‘Stealth Gaming’ panel at the Dropbear theatre on Sunday at 4.30pm.
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