CEO Yves Guillemot has officially confirmed Ubisoft's participation in E3 2023, as previously reported. The publisher is currently working on his E3 2023 plans, and will provide more information as soon as possible.
E3 will be open to the public this year to resume following the COVID-19 epidemic in recent years.
The creators of "Assassin's Creed" from Ubisoft, who just announced that they'll be attending E3 2023 "if it happens." In the meantime, Ubisoft's CEO, Yves Guillemot, spoke up and confirmed his participation in this year's E3.
According to Guillemot, his company is currently preparing to present the final plans for the trade fair and would like to disclose further details soon.
Is it possible to return a well-known single-player brand?
"E3 is a special occasion for our industry, and we're looking forward to showcasing our diverse lineup in Los Angeles in June," said Guillemot. "We're still finalizing our concepts, and look forward to sharing more soon." It's unknown which titles and presentations Ubisoft will include.
Tom Henderson, a well-known and well-connected industry insider recently hinted that Ubisoft will use this year's E3 to "resurrect a neglected single-player franchise." According to the insider, a return of "Rayman" is unlikely.
The Los Angeles Convention Center will host this year's E3 from June 13 to 2023. As IGN's colleagues wish to know, all three console manufacturers will be visible with their absence.
More information on the subject is available here.
Microsoft is planning a major Xbox showcase in June, which will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, but Sony Interactive Entertainment is reportedly planning an online showcase that will also take place in June.
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