Last night, French publishing giant Ubisoft unveiled two brand new properties at its E3 showcase.
First up was the first official look at Roller Champions, which leaked ahead of the show, a Rocket League-esque colourful multiplayer title. That title is being made by Ubisoft's Montreal. There's no release date yet, but a closed alpha for the PC version is live now.
Ubisoft closed its E3 2019 showcase with a look at a brand new game, Gods and Monsters (pictured), which is coming out on February, 25th 2020. The title is being made by the French publisher's new Quebec studio and has you, well, killing monsters by the looks of things.
There was also a brand new entry in the Rainbow Six franchise in Quarantine. Kotaku reports this is what's left over from new IP Pioneer that was teased in Watch Dogs 2.
The title is a three-player tactical co-op game, which lead designer Bio Jade Adam-Granger says will do for PvE what 2015's Rainbow Six: Siege did for PvP. Big claims - check out the trailer below.
And you can see our full roundup of Ubisoft's press conference right here