Ubisoft's E3 show started with a scene from an LSD fuelled nightmare. The folks dressed as a lion, a giraffe and a panda were arguably the least ridiculous looking, as a bunch of dancers moved about to Queen's Don't Stop Me Now.
Before long, Aisha Tyler appeared on stage and made the bad people go away, so we could start proper.
If you're the curious type, have a look at what happened.
First up was Ghost Recon Wildlands. The open world shooter has a new cinematic trailer which you can see below:
We were then treated to gameplay footage of a mission, in which the objective is to capture a key member of the cartel.
It seems like this mission was chosen to show off as many different elements of the game as possible.
Have a gander:
There was DLC news for Ubisoft's other open world shooter, The Division.
In the the second expansion, Survival, agents will have to... survive, in a hostile environment with brutal weather conditions.
See the trailer below:
It seemed like Ubisoft had yet another futuristic shooter up its sleeve. As pictures of rioting and crime figures were shown, a voice over told us all about the sad state of the world, only to reveal...
We didn't see that coming.
In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the boys have started playing super heroes, but not everyone is happy with Cartman's plans.
The fighting system has been tweaked; you can now move around to get behind cover or gain a better position, and push and pull your enemies, sending them into objects or team mates for extra damage.
All copies will come with a remastered version of The Stick of Truth, which you can access right now if you pre-order.
Ubi were keen to show off a couple of VR titles. Eagle Flight VR was first to take the stage.
We got to see some multiplayer gameplay in which two teams of three try to capture the 'prey', a random animal in a random location, and return it to their base.
It's not as easy as it sounds though because eagles have guns now.
You can see the multiplayer gameplay below:
Star Trek: Bridge Crew, the second VR showing, puts you aboard the USS Aegis, where you'll fill the role of Captain, Helm, Tactical or Engineer.
It features both solo and co-op play. If you can find three friends with the same VR systems - who don't mind taking orders from you, as you do your best Patrick Stewart impression - it could be a lot of fun.
Otherwise, you can watch some of the Star Trek cast trying out out below:
We then jumped backwards through time to see some action from For Honor.
A cinematic trailer introduced us to the story:
It appears to take some cues from Ryse: Son of Rome but looks like an altogether more complete experience, as you can see in the gameplay video below:
You can sign up for the alpha to be in with a chance of getting hands on before its release.
The charming Grow Up was then revealed, a sequel to physics based performer Grow Home.
You'll play as a small robot named B.U.D as he throws down seeds and uses plants to bounce, shoot, and catapult himself to new heights.
Catch the trailer below:
If platformers aren't your thing, there's a new Trials game which is out now, strangely inspired by FarCry DLC, Blood Dragon.
Trials of the Blood Dragon will feature the Trials gameplay you know and love, but with ultra-neon visuals and guns, as you can see in the trailer:
On to Ubisoft's triple A line up and a frantic gameplay trailer for Watch Dogs 2.
The title looks a lot smoother than its predecessor. There's more gadgets to play with this time around and more ways to create chaos with your smartphone.
A gameplay video took us through one of the missions:
There was no news on the next Assassin's Creed game but given that it isn't due for release until after 2017's E3 event, it's not too surprising.
We were, however, given a brief behind-the-scenes glimpse at the upcoming film:
Ubisoft ended their showcase with a new IP, Steep.
Snowboarding, skiing and wing-suiting are the order of the day, as you explore the snowy Alps.
The open world, action sports title will be filled with challenges and activities to participate in alone, or with others.
There's more details in the gameplay video:
If you're interested in trying it out before release, you can sign up to the beta.
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