There weren't many surprises during Ubisoft's E3 press conference, but there was a big one. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six has finally reemerged after a six year absence.
Hosted by Aisha Tyler, the event started with the first five minutes of Far Cry 4.
Just Dance 2015 will offer new dances, new songs and community remixes to let the players record their own dances. Also shown was Just Dance Now that lets people with smartphones connect to each other to dance to a song in one big group with the phone acting as a controller.
Once again, we see more of Tom Clancy's The Division in a new cinematic trailer.
The Crew is Ubisoft's open-world racing game that intends to give players a big world to drive around in without seeing a single loading screen.
Next was more multiplayer gameplay for the next Assassin's Creed game, Assassin's Creed Unity.
Ubisoft's new exercise game, Shape Up, has players burn a little calories while trying to have some fun.
The tear jerker Valiant Hearts had another trailer shown that wants to pull at your heartstrings.
To end the event, we finally get to see the newest Rainbow Six game in action. Rainbow Six Siege has the similar tactical action from the previous games with new tech to help defend and attack. Unlike previous games, this Rainbow Six has destructive environments that allows players to create their own breach points that aren't just a door or window.
Even though much of Ubisoft's content was shown at other press conference, the appearance of Rainbow Six Siege made many gamers excited for tactical action. Sometimes, all you need is just the one game to make a press conference work.
You watch the entire press conference at the Ubisoft YouTube channel.