Gamescom 2018, the much-anticipated gaming event is scheduled from 21 August to 25 August in Cologne, Germany. Ubisoft has joined the party of fellow publishers by unveiling their full list of the games that are going to be presented. Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup has been termed by the publishers as “one of it’s largest lineups and presentations”. Even the big guns, for instance, The Division and Assassin’s Creed are going to feature in the Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup.
Ubisoft is set to include 360 pods and 10 demos in their Gamescom booth. The names of the games which have been approved to appear in the Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup are listed below:
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- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- The Division 2
- For Honor: Marching Fire
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Skull & Bones
- Space Junkies
- Starlink: Battle for Atlas
- Trials Rising
These games would offer a chance for players to finally experience the games which have kept waiting for so long. Rainbox Six Seige players will be able to play the upcoming Operation Grim Sky on Ubisoft’s booth. Whereas, the Beach Mode will also be playable for the gaming fan-base of For Honor.
In addition, Ubisoft is offering both actual and in-game rewards for players participating in demos from the Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup. Playing the demos through the Ubisoft Club would get you these rewards. Moreover, 25 star-players will also be coming to Cologne as a courtesy to the Ubisoft fans.
After announcing the Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup, the video game publishers intend to reveal more of latest updates in the press conference segment. Glimpses to Just Dance, Gator Rush, and The Crew 2 are expected in this stage session.
To further light up the event Ubisoft will be having UbiCollectibles merchandise at their store. Further, a Family and Friends section would discuss the all-aged titles.
Prior to the announcement of Ubisoft Gamescom 2018 lineup, various publishers like Sega and Square Enix had given out names for their lineup.
THQ Nordic too confirmed their games at the gaming event. Meanwhile, Capcom announced two big names to be playable in Germany. Along with Capcom, there are many other publishers coming to the event with their latest titles. But one that won’t be there is Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding. The developer has plans to show Death Stranding at The Game Awards 2018.