Ubisoft revealed the system requirements for "Far Cry New Dawn," a sequel to "Far Cry 5" set in a neon-tinged post-apocalyptic take on the first game's setting.
Ubisoft released details of an upcoming event for "Rainbow Six Siege." The “Outbreak” event will bring new co-op PVP levels that pit players against zombie hordes.
The Reflections studio's upcoming shooter tasks you with collecting mass to grow from an itty-bitty Atom to a much more powerful Omega. (Hence the name.)
You can work with friends to fight multiple waves of computer-controlled enemies or battle opponents in the new Skirmish mode.
You'll have six classes to choose from and a plethora of maps based on locations from the game world.
Although this could be part of Ubisoft's continued support of the GeForce Experience giveaways, it also seems like an attempt to staunch the fighting game's bleeding player base.
The next chapter in the franchise brings some changes, and based on our time with the demo Ubisoft brought to E3, they seem to be for the better.
The company also plans to release "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" and the sequel to "The Crew" in the same fiscal year.
You'll be able to keep your progress if you decide to buy the full game after playing during the free session.
The game comes out next week on PS4 and Xbox One, but PC players will have to wait until November 29 to play it.