Watch the E3 2019 Ubisoft Press Briefing Here: Start Time & Stream

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Want to watch the Ubisoft E3 2019 press conference? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve got the show embedded for you below, courtesy of Twitch, along with some of our more solid predictions for the event. Just scroll down below for our predictions and the Ubisoft E3 2019 press conference stream and start time.

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Ubisoft may not be a hardware manufacturer like Xbox or Sony. The publisher has carved out a niche for itself as one of the more dedicated companies in video games, however. Whenever there’s a new Ubisoft game, you can almost be sure that the company will support it for years to come. That’s why we’ll almost certainly see new news about The Division 2, Rainbow Six: Siege, Ghost Recon, and more. But what about the new (and rumored) games that Ubisoft has on the docket?

Watch Dogs 3 — which appears to officially be called Watch Dogs: Legion — will almost certainly make an appearance at the show. Rumors and some clever teasers have all but confirmed that the game will allow you to play as any “NPC” in the game’s open-world. Though its unclear what purpose this actually serves, or how the story of Watch Dogs: Legion will contend with this impressive technical feat. Our own Watch Dogs 2 review lauded the game’s surprisingly strong story and central cast. It would be a shame to lose that core strength.

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Other Ubisoft E3 2019 rumors include Assassin’s Creed: Vikings (with a holiday 2020 release date looking increasingly likely). Although the final title and specifics are fuzzier.

Another, more concrete leak provided information about Roller Champions. The competitive multiplayer game will be a spin on real-world roller derby. That being said, the tone and features definitely make it sound like Ubisoft wants a Rocket League competitor.

Rocket League is, of course, an iconic example of cross-play across PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Switch. Given Ubisoft’s cross-platform track record, we suspect Roller Champions will also be available on all of those major platforms. But it will be interesting to see if the game also gets the cross-play treatment. It wouldn’t be the first game to make its console debut with cross-play on modern consoles. Dauntless also launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One earlier this year — including cross-play between all platforms.

Finally, Rainbow Six: Quarantine looks likely to scratch that co-op shooter itch. Even more E3 2019 rumors imply that Ubisoft will introduce the game as a spin-off to its popular Rainbow Six: Siege. This one seems like it will have a much more sci-fi bent, where you fight against alien zombies seen in the limited-time Outbreak event from Siege proper.

We’ll definitely know more on Monday, June 10 at 1 p.m. PDT. That’s when the Ubisoft E3 2019 press briefing officially begins. Of course, you can watch the stream itself above. Just click on the embedded video player, strap in, and prepare for the news! And be sure to bookmark this page ahead of time to tune into the stream as soon as possible. Until then, have fun speculating with the rest of us about what might show up!

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