Ubisoft had a surprisingly strong showing this year, unveiling some interesting new IPs and a few expected, but nevertheless welcome, titles.
Combat mode is largely reminiscent of the XCOM games, but there's a few additions to the tried and tested formula that help it stand out, such as using your allies to allow a greater range of movement and utilising pipes to get the drop on enemies.
We’d hazard a guess that perma-death won't be a feature, however, given Mario's iconic status.
This Switch exclusive launches sooner than expected - 29 August.
Assassin's Creed Origins
After a brief one year hiatus, Assassin's Creed has returned. As suggested by the title, this instalment takes us back to the founding of the Assassin's Brotherhood for an origins story.
Players can explore the lost tombs and the pyramids of Ancient Egypt from 27 October.
The Crew 2
The sequel to Ubisoft's open-world racer now features air and sea vehicles, along with the usual four-wheeled variety.
It certainly looks the part, but will it do enough to compete with the likes of Forza Motorsport 7?
South Park (The Fractured But Whole & Phone Destroyer)
Not much was shown of The Stick of Truth’s sequel, but we did get to glimpse a new trailer, featuring all of the ludicrous superheroes we’ve come to know and love.
A mobile game, South Park Phone Destroyer, was also announced, and will be coming to iOS and Android later this year.
This psychological thriller from SpectreVision and Ubisoft aims to bridge the gap between movies and games as you lose yourself in the destructive tale of a man’s obsession, by exploring his digitally recreated memories.
Skull and Bones
If you liked Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag but thought there was too much sneaky assassining, Ubisoft have you covered.
Inspired by the adventures of Edward Kenway, Skull and Bones has you sailing the Indian Ocean, looting and plundering your way to infamy both solo and online.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas
Another new IP, Starlink sees you and your band of intergalactic pilots attempt to free the Atlas system from an evil robot force known as the Forgotten Legion.
Players will be able to customise their ship and outfit it with various hulls, wings and weapons. Physically, that is, as the game occupies the toys-to-life space.
There are a total of 7 planets to discover, each with their own ecosystems and wildlife, which evolve according to your actions.
Far Cry 5
The latest in the franchise is set in Hope County, home to doomsday cult The Project at Eden's Gate.
It's your job to liberate the people of Hope County from the fanatics using the largest customisable roster of vehicles and weapons ever seen in a Far Cry game.
Beyond Good and Evil 2
Ubisoft closed with the highly-anticipated re-announcement of Beyond Good and Evil 2.
A prequel, the game is set many years before the events of the original with a whole new cast of eccentric characters.
After meeting some of them in the trailer below, you can sign up to the Space Monkey Program and join the community as they shape the game.
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