Ubisoft, famed developer and publisher of such series as Assassin's Creed, Rayman, and various Tom Clancy shooters has recently unveiled a slew of new trailers for upcoming games. Many of these new game titles are newly announced downloadable and mobile games. Some of these games are a part of brand new IPs, and others are new installments to successful series.
Check out the table below for to see these exciting new trailers, as well as some more information about each of these projects.
|Valiant Hearts: The Great War||This gorgeous side-scroller is headed to the PS4, XBO, PS3, XB360, and PC in 2014. Valiant Hearts takes place between 1914 and 1918 and tells the story of five characters, from farmers to soldiers to pilots, who help a young German soldier find love. Ubisoft said that the story is focused on survival, sacrifice, and friendship.|
|Rayman: Fiesta Run||This mobile game serves as a sequel to the polished Rayman Jungle Run. This game is a solid endless runner game, but this time a new Fiesta World is included. New features allow for Rayman to change size and shoot projectiles. The game is set to be released on smartphones and tablets, though no word on whether this will be a iOS/Android dual release or not.|
|Child of Light||Child of Light is another Ubisoft title to use the gorgeous Ubi-art Framework Engine (utilized in Rayman Legends). The game seems to be a mix of a role-playing adventure game featured turn-based combat and bits of 2D platforming. The game is set to release on XB360, PS3, Wii U, XBO, and PS4.|
|Rabbid's Big Bang||Another Rayman-themed game, the infamous Rabbids are back. This time, it isn't another mini-game collection, but a mobile puzzle game where you must slingshot various rabbids into space and around planet. The game is set for release on smartphone/tablets and will see release Fall 2013.|
|Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD||This game serves as an HD update of the PS Vita title from last year. Ubisoft has stated that the game has been vastly improved, with updated gameplay, a deeper story, new missions, and expanded environments. The game is being overhauled for a console release, on XB360, PS3, and PC, but doesn't see release until next year.|
|EndWar Online||EndWar originally saw release about five years ago on consoles and PC. This real-time strategy game allowed extensive use of voice controls. Now, it has been resurrected as a free-to-play browser game. Essentially, EndWar feels like you're fighting World War III in single player and multiplayer challenges, without the hassle of micromanaging.|
|Trials Frontier||This is the first mobile version of chaotic motocross and 2D platforming game we'e seen. The Frontier of the title refers to a new Wild West theme to levels and bigger mission approach to gameplay. The game's simple controls will surely translate well to smartphone and tablets.|