Now that Ubisoft has concluded its exciting E3 2014 press conference, it’s time we sifted through everything that was shown and told to everyone who had the pleasure of watching it. Here’s everything that you need to know about from the livestream presentation of E3 2014’s media briefing!
1. The 1st Five Minutes of Far Cry 4 Were Shown
Far Cry 4 was finally shown to the eager gamers in a CG trailer. This beautiful looking trailer showed the main character getting stuck inside a dicey situation with army forces. All the gunfire and bloodshed came to an end once the game’s eccentric villain (Pagan Min) made his appearance on-screen. The trailer was shown from a 1st-person viewpoint as the main protagonist came into contact with the hectic world (Himalayas) he just entered. Far Cry 4 will hit stores on November 18, 2014.
2. Just Dance 2015 Was Announced
The new annual installment in the Just Dance series was shown. Popular artists such as Pharrell Williams and Calvin Harris will make their musical track induction into the game. Just Dance 2015 will launch on the Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and Wii in October 2014. A new online Community gameplay feature was also announced in the game.
3. A Just Dance Companion App Was Shown
Just Dance Now, a new smartphone app for the game, showed off just how worldwide players can do some online dancing. This app will allow players to access the game online and play without any noticeable lag on their chosen device. There’s no limit to how many people can play Just Dance 2015 now through it’s multiplayer feature and accompanying app.
4. A Huge Group of Dancers Broke Out into a Huge Multiplayer Moment Onstage
Players all over the world will now have the ability to join up anywhere and everywhere through the Just Dance Now app, as evidenced by the crowd dancing demo that took place in the video above.
5. Tom Clancy’s The Division Was Shown Off in a New CG Video
The origins of the disease that plagued New York City on Black Friday was explained in a new CG trailer for Tom Clancy’s The Division. Plenty of survivors sporting the wear and tear of NYC’s downfall could be seen as they fought to live through another battle.
6. The Crew Made an Appearance
Ubisoft’s open-world racing game The Crew was shown in some new gameplay footage. Cars of all shapes and sizes were seen speeding through a bunch of wonderful looking environments. Players will be able to drive to places like Las Vegas, New York and many more real-world locations. The online avatars of global players racing each other and alongside each other looked incredibly fun. Co-op races and huge crew battles are just some of the cool modes seen on display. The Crew will hit stores on November 11, 2014.