Take A Look At The Space Station Tacoma With Fullbright's E3 Trailer

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Light on new details, but full of atmosphere, the team behind Gone Home released an E3 trailer for its next game, Tacoma.

The trailer shows some zero-gravity traversal and some of the holographic phantoms that will showcase the game's story, but not much else.

Tacoma was recently delayed to 2017. You can find more on that story here.

Original Phantom Dust Getting Remastered For Xbox One And PC

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While there was no mention of a new entry in the Phantom Dust franchise during Microsoft's press conference, the platform holder has announced that the original Phantom Dust is being remastered for release on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.

General manager of publishing at Xbox Shannon Loftis showed off the title at Geoff Keighley's YouTube Live at E3 show. She claims that multiple elements will be tweaked and it will include modern Xbox Live functionality. Phantom Dust will also feature draft decks so that you don't have to wait until your arsenal is built up in order to get the full multiplayer experience.

In addition to supporting crisper graphics and better performance, this original Xbox remaster features Xbox Play Anywhere to allow for cross-buy and cross-play, as well as tournament play thanks to Xbox Live Arena.

Ubisoft Working With Sony To Make Watch Dogs Movie

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Ubisoft Working With Sony To Make Watch Dogs Movie

Ubisoft has announced that it is working with Sony to make Watch Dogs the next major action franchise to make the leap from video games to the silver screen.

In addition, Ubisoft is working to adapt Ghost Recon to a film with Warner Bros. starring Tom Hardy. The publisher is also looking at bringing the Rabbids and The Division. Not much is known about the Rabbids or Division movies, but Jake Gyllenhaal is rumored to slot into the lead role.

Watch Dogs 2 is currently set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 15, while the Assassin's Creed movie starring Michael Fassbender hits theaters December 21.

For Honor Receives Cinematic Trailer, Ubisoft Shows Off Single-Player Campaign

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For Honor Receives Cinematic Trailer, Ubisoft Shows Off Single-Player Campaign

Ubisoft revealed a new cinematic trailer for the medieval hack-and-slash For Honor, as well as showed off the single-player campaign for the first time today at its press conference.

In the first teaser, we're introduced to Apollyon, an ominous warlord who narrates the trailer by saying, "I bring war." Apollyon ends up in an epic fight with two other warriors. In For Honor's single player, you will work with one of the three factions (knights, samurai, vikings) to foil the plans of this warlord. You can watch the trailer below.

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Ubisoft's Steep Is A Connected Action Sports Game In The Alps

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Ubisoft Annecy, one of the publisher's three studios located in France, is getting its first opportunity to lead a project. It's doing so with a brand-new franchise focused on action-sports daredevils.

Steep, which is set in the Alps near Ubisoft Annecy, features four different sports in an open, connected world. Players will be able to ski, snowboard, paraglide, and sail on wingsuits. 

The technology behind this new franchise was created for Ghost Recon Wild Lands. Ubisoft's trio of studios in France is working on what the publisher says is its biggest open-world action-adventure game yet.

Trials of the Blood Dragon Unveiled, Out Today

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Trials of the Blood Dragon Unveiled, Out Today

At the Ubisoft press conference at E3 2016, things got wacky and wild as viewers bore witness to Trials of the Blood Dragon for the first time.

Clearly inspired by the two worlds of the Trials franchise and Far Cry 3:Blood Dragon, things look like they're going to be wonderfully absurd.

Players can shoot, scoot, and roll your way through space, roller coasters, and alternate dimensions.

Grow Home Gets Sequel: Grow Up

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Grow Home Gets Sequel: Grow Up

Ubisoft Reflections has announced a sequel to the 2015 Grow Home, Grow Up, for release this August.

The game looks to expand B.U.D.'s world by letting players bounce, glide, and catapult their way around an entire planet.

B.U.D. can ride star plants, throw seeds down, and use plants to even go to the moon.

The Division's Upcoming Survival Expansion Detailed

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The Division's Upcoming Survival Expansion Detailed

The Division's first paid DLC is coming, and it's doing so with procedurally generated content. Underground takes you and your team into the sewers soon.

The update hits on June 28 for Xbox One and PC. PlayStation 4 owners get in August 4. 

Additionally, Ubisoft is giving away three outfits: Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six, and Splinter Cell. Those will be available soon.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Gets March 2017 Release Date And New Gameplay Footage

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Gets March 2017 Release Date And New Gameplay Footage

Last year, Ghost Recon: Wildlands was one of the highlights of Ubisoft's E3 presentation, and this year we not only got a release date, but also a new gameplay demonstration. Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set to hit PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 17.

The premise of Ghost Recon: Wildlands is that the Mexican drug cartel has taken over Bolivia to become the number one cocaine producer in the planet, effectively turning Bolivia into a narco-state. The elite spec-ops Ghosts must drop behind enemy lines to create chaos and disrupt the cartel. Dominic Butler, lead game designer of Ubisoft Paris, claims this as the latest action-adventure open world that Ubisoft has ever created. In this world, you're able to play solo or co-op with up to four players.

In the new gameplay demo that Ubisoft debuted during its E3 press conference, the team of two Ghosts were looking for a tactical extraction of an enemy target. One Ghost is on the ground while the other is watching from afar. The Ghost stealthily takes out enemies as he works towards the intel. He acquires the intel and the other picks him up with a chopper as they begin moving toward the target.

Twisted Pixel's Wilson's Heart Is An Oculus Touch Mystery

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Twisted Pixel's Wilson's Heart Is An Oculus Touch Mystery

Twisted Pixel has announced its first post-Microsoft game, and it's a partnership with Oculus Studios. Wilson's Heart is a departure from games like Splosion Man and Lococycle, putting players in the heart of a mystery.

Robert Wilson has awoken from surgery to discover that his heart no longer beats within his chest. It has been replaced by an unknown device.

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