Not only did they reveal the game via a brand new trailer (above), but they also confirmed the news that players will be able to choose their starting characters.
While there was an terrible lot of CGI and scripted cinematics on display, Ubisoft struck a fairly decent balance between showcasing actual gameplay as well as glitz.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey prior to E3, it was today that the curtain was officially lifted.
Three DLC packs are to be released in the wake of The Division 2, each one a full episode in an ongoing story.
Mel continues saying that Assassin's Creed Odyssey will have their largest map and that there are various monuments around the world (the video shows some ancient wonders), before coming to a close with a release date of October 5th. Maestro and Alibi have been revealed for the game but other than that, we didn't get any new information about its future. Though that, of course, is one of the highest compliments when it comes to narrative-heavy RPGs, so if this new direction for the Assassin's Creed game narrative is even a little like BioWare, we're all for it. This time around, players are transported to Ancient Greece, smack dab in the middle of the Peloponnesian War in fifth century BC. Furthermore, a new 4v4 multiplayer mode has been announced called Breach which also got its own trailer.
This one was actually tough to choose, because both Skull & Bones and Assassin's Creed Odyssey put on really strong showings with loads of lovely gameplay footage to gaze at.
How well all of those elements will come together remains to be seen, but expect more details on Assassin's Creed: Odyssey as E3 2018 continues.
Most of the games on show might have been known quantities already (all manners of leaks made sure of that), but Ubisoft didn't let that dissuade them from the plan they had in place.
The game is set to be launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019.
This marks pretty much everything that happened during Ubisoft E3 2018 stage time.