May as well give them their own thread too
Ubisoft kicks off with Just Dance. Kind of an amusing reminder that their flagship annual franchise isn't an open world sandbox.
I have no idea what the hell Beyond Good and Evil is as a game, but as visual fluff pieces go, this buries all the other "reveal" trailers for actually presenting something interesting. I didn't play the original, so Jade means nothing to me as the apparent big reveal and I don't have any stake in whether its some weird shift. There was a tiny smidge of some sort of gameplay, with someone fighting on a walkway with a sword and another section of a ship flying around.
Rainbow 6 Siege - Meh. I dont even pretend thats ever been my jam. Some kind of documentary reveal, which is even less relevant to me.
Another Trials coming out next year. I think its a more AAA scope then the prior ones?
Division 2, Generic Boogaloo. I heard the Division 1 improved over times, but Destinys shown the folly of expecting that sort of thing to carry into a sequel.
Mario+Rabbids has Donkey Kong DLC coming, or something. IDK. It was fun enough, but it was also short enough not to overstay its scope.
Skull & Bones - I don't think they showed anything notably new from last time?
Transference - Some VR game.
Starlink - Oh hey, that game you hack from Ubisoft in Watch_Dogs 2 is real. Some kind of space action thing. Oh its some kind of toy line thing like Skylanders. Pass. Starfox is in the Switch version.
For Honor is being given away free this week on PC (actual free, like you keep the game after, not a trial or anything). China DLC coming in fall (with singleplayer content). And some new siege mode.
Crew 2. Now with Planes. And motorcycles. And boats.
AC Greek Edition - Budget buy for me after Origin. I'm just not sold on them having the wherewithal to actually fill up their oversized sandboxes.