Ubisoft was one of the studios that revealed a ton of new information about its games and services at last years Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show (E3 2019).
The company's annual press briefing enables them to discuss the future of their upcoming projects, and this year will be no different.
Continue reading for more information on Ubisoft's 2020 releases.
A new year has arrived, with a whole host of new games on the horizon.
Watch Dogs: Legion
Ubisoft's new game will be set in a post-Brexit London, with a map that will take at least half an hour to cover!
The story puts you in the London branch of the DedSec hacker group, who are battling a regime that has taken control of the United Kingdom, via a state-of-the-art surveillance system.
The big selling point of Legion is that every character you meet can be recruited and controlled, as you build up your very own resistance movement.
Each character has their own background and skillset, meaning that they provide a dynamic influence on the story.
Assassins Creed Ragnarok
After two years of waiting, Ubisoft is finally returning with the next chapter in the popular franchise.
Assassin’s Creed: Ragnarok is poised to be officially announced in the next few weeks.
Ragnarok will be set in the Ninth Century and follow a female Viking named Jora.
However, some gamers are claiming that the character's gender can be designated by the player like in the most recent title, Assassins Creed: Odyssey.
We're just going to have to wait for word from Ubisoft on that one.
Gods and Monsters
Ubisoft unveiled an interesting title at E3 2019 that got us excited for its early 2020 release.
The new game is titled Gods and Monsters.
We only have a vague idea of what the game will entail, but judging from the gorgeous trailer, it’s going to include a lot of captivating combat.
Described as “storybook adventure” set in a fantastical open-world of Greek mythology, the game features vast landscapes that look like they could have been taken straight from the Breath of the Wild series.
In what appears to be a fantasy setting you can see lush greenery and vast landscapes, giving gamers a general sense of the overall style that the game takes.
Though neither of these games has a release date scheduled, we couldn't be more excited to see them launch!
Rainbow Six Quarantine
Rainbow Six Quarantine was only revealed at E3 2019 as a horror spin-off from Rainbow Six Siege, but now we know much more about the next instalment.
An official Rainbow Six Quarantine release date hasn't been confirmed yet but in the latest Ubisoft financial call, CEO Yves Guillemot revealed that the game will be released before the end of the fiscal year.
If you can't physically wait to play the game you can head to the official Rainbow Six Quarantine site to "register for updates and the chance to play early".
Roller Champions is an upcoming free sports game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft.
Played from the third-person perspective, Roller Champions draws upon elements from Rocket League, where players face off in large competitive matches to score goals in their nitro-fueled cars.
The game is set to release sometime between Q1 and Q2 of 2020, so keep your eyes peeled!