Ubisoft took to the stage at E3 2017 to discuss a plethora of new games and show off exciting new trailers for some that had already been confirmed, such as Assassin's Creed: Origins.

If you missed the conference on Monday 12 June, you can catch up on the whole thing right here.

For information on all of the E3 2017 press conferences and other games you'll see at the event, read our article on the latest E3 2017 news and the highlights from E3 2017 so far.  Also read: The most anticipated games of 2017

How to watch the Ubisoft E3 press conference

You can watch the press conference in its entirety right here on this page. Just scroll to the top of the article and play the YouTube video. It's more than two hours long, so grab some popcorn and get comfortable.

If you're just looking for an overview of all of Ubisoft's announcements, read on.

What did Ubisoft announce at E3 2017?

There was plenty to show off at Ubisoft's press conference. Here's a rundown of everything from start to finish.

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

 The first trailer for this fun-looking Switch game was unveiled by Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto, who made quite the entrance. The game looks set to be an open-world adventure with puzzles to solve and enemies to defeat with turn-based combat.

We're very much looking forward to spending some time with this one, and there's not too long to wait. It'll be released on 29 August, and you can pre-order it now from Amazon or GAME.

Find out more about Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle here.

Assassin's Creed: Origins

Assassin's Creed: Origins was already talked about at E3 during Microsoft's press event, but Ubisoft showed the upcoming game in more detail during its own press conference the following day.

Find out everything we know so far about Assassin's Creed: Origins here, or pre-order the game at Amazon or GAME.

The Crew 2

The trailer for this one is pretty epic. The Crew 2 is set to feature not only cars but also planes and boats and more. It's not coming out until 2018 but we expect it'll be popular among racing fans but also other gamers thanks to the varied vehicles and stunning graphics.

Find out more about The Crew 2 here.

Transference

We still don't really know much about Transference, aside from the fact that it's a VR game, and it's going to be weird and creepy. Oh, and Elijah Wood is involved.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

It's been delayed for a long time, but Ubisoft's new South Park game is still on its way and we saw several new trailers and gameplay videos at E3 2017.

See all of them in our round-up of the latest South Park: The Fractured But Whole news.

There's also a new mobile South Park game called Phone Destroyer on its way.

Skull & Bones

Ubisoft is bringing pirates back in a new game that takes Assassin's Creed: Black Flag elements and folds them into a whole new game. We think there's lots we don't know about this one yet, but the teasers showed player vs player action with up to five players controlling a fleet of ships in violent sea battles.

Starlink: Battle of Atlas

This one is interesting, but in that "it looks fun but might be rubbish" kind of way. It's a new game that brings toys to life like Skylanders and Lego Dimensions, this time attaching little spaceships to your controller and modifying them to improve your ship in game.

Far Cry 5

We had already been treated to the Far Cry 5 announcement prior to E3, but now there's a gameplay walkthrough and it looks awesome.

Beyond Good and Evil 2

The highlight of Ubisoft's event for lots of gamers was the cinematic announce trailer for Beyond Good and Evil 2. It's been 15 years since the first game came out, and although we've known that a sequel is coming for several years, this is the first time we've actually seen solid evidence of its existance.

In amongst all that, there was also a mention of an expansion to Steep called Road to the Olympics. It really was a jam-packed event and we're pretty excited about the new games that are on their way soon.