The talks about E3 2017 are shooting through the roof. Ubisoft is preparing to welcome 15.000 fans who got tickets to this year’s event.
This is a first for the show, and there are also millions who will be watching and following the event online. The teams are putting together the finishing touches on the demonstrations for this year’s game lineup, which will probably be the company’s biggest and boldest in years.
In the statement, the CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot said: “E3 is truly a moment of excitement and pride, not just for Ubisoft but for our entire industry. We’re looking forward to sharing our unique take on creating game worlds and our action-packed line-up with players, and to seeing what our fellow developers are working on.”
Ubisoft will release the things off Monday, June 12, at 1 PM Pacific Time, with the Ubisoft E3 2017 Conference, directly live from the Orpheum Theatre in downtown LA. The audience will take a glance at games like the next Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry 5, Just Dance, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, The Crew 2, and many more.
For the ones who can not attend this event, it will be broadcasted live and on-demand at Ubisoft official website, their official Youtube channel, and the Ubisoft’s Twitch Channel. As said by Guillemot: “These great games are the result of the collective efforts of our talented teams from around the world, partnerships with some of the biggest names in entertainment, and contributions and feedback from the players themselves. That’s why we can’t wait for the thousands of fans attending this year’s E3, and the millions more watching from home, to discover what we have in store.”
The E3 show will open at noon Pacific Time on Tuesday, June 13, and Ubisoft’s booth located in the South Hall of the LA Convention Center. It is built to handle the additional 15.000 excited fans.
The visitors will see live entertainment throughout the week and will have a chance to win special, in-game content. Go to Ubisoft’s official site, Ubisoft.com to check out the E3 hub and keep up with the happenings at the show.