Every Trailer Revealed at E3 2017 - Ubisoft and Nintendo

By Julian Benson on at

E3 has barely begun and we’ve already had six conferences and a Nintendo Direct, all of them full of game reveals and updates on games we first heard about at conferences past. While we wait for the dust to settle, Matt and I have collected together all the trailers released so far so if you’ve missed the shows you can get a look at everything that was shown off.

If you’re looking for a rundown of the shows then you can read through our Everything That Happened At... series:

If you read them in order, you can track the progressive damage of sleep deprivation.

The first time we published this feature there were so many trailers that it crashed the site, we've now split it up by conferences. You can find links to the other parts at the bottom of this post.


Ubisoft won our hearts with Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for the Switch:

It’s basically Mario XCOM. Take a look at its announcement trailer:

And this behind the scenes interview with Shigeru Miyamoto:

Ubisoft also revealed The Crew 2 with a pair of videos. There was the cinematic reveal:

And, some in-game footage:

To prove it was still alive, Ubisoft released a short trailer for South Park: The Fractured But Whole:

And also, on its Youtube channel, published some in-game footage:

Elijah Wood, best known for playing Frodo, fronts a bizarre looking game called Transference:

The game also got a behind the scenes look:

A bizarre, but brilliant, new game from Ubisoft was a 5v5 multiplayer game called Skull and Bones:

As well as the cinematic, there was five minutes of in-game footage:

And a video going over of the basics of the game:

Back to South Park, Ubisoft announced South Park: Phone Destroyer:

In a complete surprise, Ubisoft showed that you could fit your Nintendo Switch with a toys to life reader and plug in toy space ships to play its game Starlink: Battle for Atlas: 

Steep isn’t dead, it’s getting a Road to the Olympics expansion:

Far Cry 5 got two new trailers, one taking aim at Christian fundamentalists:

The other introducing us to what makes the new Far Cry different from the previous games:

After a long long long long long wait, Michel Ancel was finally able to show off Beyond Good & Evil 2:

It was only a cinematic but Ancel also uploaded a video where he breaks down what was on show in the trailer:

Not to be outdone, Nintendo also splurged trailers, starting with Xenoblade Chronicles 2: 

There was also the delightful-looking Mario Odyssey: 

We knew that Psyonix was looking at bringing Rocket League to the Switch but I hadn’t realised it was so far along, it looks brill:

We also got a good look at all the updates coming to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild later this year: 

Fire Emblem Warriors is getting the Dynasty Warriors treatment: 

Not one for complex names, Nintendo also announced Yoshi: 

It’s not quite on par with the Beyond Good & Evil 2 reveal, but Nintendo had a teaser trailer for Metroid Prime 4: 

Continuing the simple name tradition, Nintendo announced Kirby:

Finally, Sonic Forces, a new side-scrolling and third-person Sonic game for the Nintendo Switch:


There were so many trailers posted this year that we've had to split them up into multiple posts because they kept crashing the website. For the rest you'll want to follow these links: