Ubisoft teases ‘Star Wars’, ‘Mirage’, ‘Avatar’

Ubisoft teases ‘Star Wars’, ‘Mirage’, ‘Avatar’

Ubisoft teases ‘Star Wars’, ‘Mirage’, ‘Avatar’

Ubisoft held its Ubisoft Forward showcase today with a variety of clips, including the first official gameplay footage from their open-world “Star Wars” game “Star Wars Outlaws” first announced yesterday with a trailer cinematographic.

The ten-minute walkthrough of “Outlaws” sees players take on the role of protagonist Kay Vess as she sneaks through a facility teeming with Empire members. Vess can command her pet, Nix, to attack enemies and interact with the environment. A hoverbike chase and spaceship battle ensues.

As usual with Ubisoft, their biggest games each had two trailers – one a story-driven cinematic affair over the length of a regular movie trailer, the other a 6-8 clip. minutes of gameplay of said title. “Assassin’s Creed: Mirage”, “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora”, “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown” and “The Crew: Motorfest” all had these double clips.

There was also the very first footage of “Assassin’s Creed: Codename Jade”, the ancient Chinese game “Assassin’s Creed” which is the first part of the mobile platform live service “Assassin’s Creed: Infinity”.

The VR game “Assassin’s Creed Nexus” has been announced for the Meta Quest VR system, the live service game “The Division Resurgence” has received a trailer, and the long in the works “Skull and Bones” has received a music video video.

Finally, several crossover announcements were made such as “Riders Republic” getting a “skateboard” add-on, “Rayman” coming to “Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope” as DLC, “Roller Champions” getting a “Jet Set Radio” event reveal and “Brawlhalla” getting a “Halo” crossover.

Assassin’s Creed: code name Jade

Star Wars Outlaw

Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Avatar: Pandora’s Frontiers

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

Crew Motorfest

Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR

The resurgence of division

Skull and bones

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