Ubisoft has announced its massive E3 2012 lineup, which will include software for the upcoming Wii U, and give gamers at home the opportunity to ask questions for the first.
It'll kick-off with an invitation-only press conference at 3pm on Monday, June 4 in LA, which translates to 8am AEST on Tuesday, June 5 (and means Australians can actually watch it without having to adapt to unhealthy sleeping patterns).
While it's invite-only in person, the wonders of the Internet will allow anyone to watch a live stream directly on MMGN (via YouTube).
Games playable on the showroom floor include Assassin’s Creed 3, Far Cry 3, Rayman Legends, Rocksmith, Wii U launch games, downloadable titles and a few "surprise announcements" that Ubi has up its sleeve.
"This year’s E3 promises to be one of our biggest and best yet," said Yves Guillemot, Founder and CEO of Ubisoft. "We’re showcasing the strongest, most competitive collection of core titles we’ve had in years, innovative new games for new platforms and a broad lineup that has something for everyone."
Ubisoft is also opening up its development team to the gaming community, by inviting them to ask question via its online service, Uplay. The best questions will be asked live during the press conference.
Assassin’s Creed III - The Road to E3
Far Cry 3 - The Road to E3
Also see our Far Cry 3 multiplayer preview.
By Ben Salter - Bio