LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ubisoft debuted a trio of new games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
The video game publisher unveiled the superhero-themed follow-up “South Park: The Fractured But Whole,” the original combat game “For Honor” and open-world “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands” on Monday during its E3 briefing.
“South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were on hand to debut “The Fractured But Whole,” a sequel to the role-playing game “South Park: The Stick of Truth.”
“At the end of ‘Stick of Truth,’ we learned how to make video games,” Parker joked.
The multiplayer-focused brawler “For Honor” will pit versions of knights, samurais and Vikings against each other on battlefields.
“Ghost Recon: Wildlands” transports the espionage franchise to a virtual rendition of Bolivia. “Wildlands” marks the first time the “Ghost Recon” series has been set in an open world.
Ubisoft also brought star power to its Orpheum Theatre stage presentation with Angela Bassett unveiled as the new chief in “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege” and Jason Derulo performing “Want To Want Me.” The pop star’s music will appear in the choreography game “Just Dance 2016.”
Other titles teased included the London-set “Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate” and multiplayer action title “Tom Clancy’s The Division.”
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