Today, Ubisoft announced its lineup of high-definition, online and casual games that Gamescom attendees can play before their official releases by visiting the company’s booths at the convention. Ubisoft also announced that it will host a roundtable discussion for press, partners and trade attendees on the progression of game development caused by online play. Gamescom, Europe’s largest trade fair and event for interactive games and entertainment, takes place in Cologne, Germany, from August 17-21.
“Each year, Gamescom gives us a unique opportunity to meet with customers and fans and get their feedback on our upcoming titles in advance of the holiday season,” said Yves Guillemot, chief executive officer at Ubisoft. “Ubisoft’s lineup this year shows that we’re growing across a wide range of genres and that our development teams are continuing to deliver creative and entertaining games to consumers.”
Consumer Booth — Hall 7, Booth #A31
Ubisoft’s unique approach to creating original and immersive high-definition gaming experiences will be on full display at Gamescom. At its consumer booth, the company will feature hands-on demonstrations or presentations of titles that build upon many of the company’s best-selling franchises, including:
• ANNO 2070
• Assassin’s Creed Revelations
• Driver San Francisco
• Far Cry 3
• From Dust
• Might & Magic Heroes VI
• Rayman Origins
• Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier
Ubisoft also continues to pioneer game development on emerging mainstream platforms and create games that the whole family can enjoy. The casual titles available at Ubisoft’s consumer booth include:
• The Black Eyed Peas Experience
• Just Dance 3
• Rabbids: Alive and Kicking
Online Booth — Hall 9, Booth #A31
Ubisoft is accelerating the development of its online strategy by focusing on putting players at the center of their gaming experiences. Inside Ubisoft’s online booth, attendees will be able to try out highlights of the company’s recent releases, including:
• The Settlers Online
• Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online
TrackMania 2 Canyon will be featured in the Electronic Sports League’s booth Hall 9, A061-C0.
Roundtable Discussion– Congress-Centrum Nord
Additionally, on Wednesday, August 17, from 12–1 p.m., Ubisoft will host a roundtable discussion titled “Is Online Gaming Changing How We Create?” The roundtable will be hosted by Thomas Lindemann, Editor at Die Welt, and will include creative leaders from Ubisoft’s online teams. The event will take place in the Konrad-Adenauer-Saal, on the ground floor of the Congress-Centrum Nord, and will be open only to members of the press, Ubisoft partners and the show’s trade visitors.
For those not attending Gamescom, Ubisoft’s roundtable will be broadcast on August 18 on the company’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/ubisoft