Skull and Bones was revealed at E3 2017, and is being developed by the studio behind Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag.
After the initial trailer, Ubisoft then showcased a full, almost 10-minute long gameplay walkthrough that showcases a ton of what the game will have to offer, including hefty dialogue, tons of weapon options, and a variety of other new additions that fans of the series will no doubt love. So what are we expecting? Similarly, we get a few opportunities to play as Aya in Assassin's Creed Origins.
This brings us to Trials, another popular yet frustrating Ubisoft title that has players all over the world raging over their consoles. The game will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC starting October 5.
We got to see more footage of the toys-to-life game Starlink: Battle for Atlas at E3 2018, but we also learned that Ubisoft and Nintendo are teaming up to bring Star Fox to the game. This is another new feature for this franchise.
Of course, MacCoubrey didn't go into detail as to what those endings might be, or the decisions that'll change the course of the story, but she did delve a little into the ripple effect your choices have in the game.
Reportedly, Odyssey lets you control either a male or female protagonist, who are said to have connections to the First Civilisation.
Moving closer to the Ubisoft E3 2018 conference we find The Crew 2.
Last but absolutely not least, the stage moved to Assassin's Creed Odyssey. They're clearly built on the same foundation. Assassin's Creed Odyssey will be out on October 5th, as the series returns to a yearly release schedule. You'll play through the entire game as either Alexios or Kassandra.
The game will take place in Greece and its surrounding islands.
E3 2018 coverage at Giant Bomb: Still more commentary and news from E3, from our colleagues at Giant Bomb.