A new game based on James Cameron's Avatar film and a fresh collaboration with Nintendo kicked off E3 2021.
Ubisoft was the first game-maker to demonstrate their upcoming games at the annual gaming show, the first in two years due to the pandemic.
It also showed off the upcoming Rainbow Six: Extraction and a new Rocksmith guitar tutor, among other titles.
But it was the surprise reveal of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora which excited many viewers.
The partnership with the film franchise was announced in 2017 but little has been revealed about it since then.
The first-person action-adventure game was shown off through an in-engine trailer, highlighting the visuals but with few details of what the game's style would be.
Ubisoft kicked off its presentation with tactical shooter Rainbow 6 Siege: Extraction, the new name for the next entry in the Tom Clancy-inspired series.
Originally known as Rainbow Six: Quarantine, the company changed the name due to the global pandemic.
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