• This photo provided by Ubisoft shows Angela Bassett’s character in the video game, “Rainbow Six: Siege.” Bassett was unveiled Monday, June 15, 2015, during Ubisoft's press conference at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo as the latest "Six" in the upcoming "Rainbow Six: Siege" installment of the publisher's long-running shooter series. The character has always been portrayed as male in past "Rainbow Six" games, as well as Clancy's original novel. (Ubisoft via AP)

    This photo provided by Ubisoft shows Angela Bassett’s character in the video game, “Rainbow Six: Siege.” Bassett was unveiled Monday, June 15, 2015, during Ubisoft's press conference at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo as the latest "Six" in ... the upcoming "Rainbow Six: Siege" installment of the publisher's long-running shooter series. The character has always been portrayed as male in past "Rainbow Six" games, as well as Clancy's original novel. (Ubisoft via AP) (The Associated Press)

  • This undated photo provided by Ubisoft shows actress Angela Bassett during a motion capture session for her character, in the video game, “Rainbow Six: Siege.” The actress and filmmaker is taking on the mantle of "Six," the codename for the leader of the elite counter-terrorism group depicted in "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six." Bassett was unveiled Monday, June 15, 2015, during Ubisoft's press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo as the latest "Six" in the upcoming "Rainbow Six: Siege" installment of the publisher's long-running shooter series.   (Colin Young-Wolff/Ubisoft via AP)

    This undated photo provided by Ubisoft shows actress Angela Bassett during a motion capture session for her character, in the video game, “Rainbow Six: Siege.” The actress and filmmaker is taking on the mantle of "Six," the codename for the leader of ... the elite counter-terrorism group depicted in "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six." Bassett was unveiled Monday, June 15, 2015, during Ubisoft's press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo as the latest "Six" in the upcoming "Rainbow Six: Siege" installment of the publisher's long-running shooter series. (Colin Young-Wolff/Ubisoft via AP) (The Associated Press)

Ubisoft's 'Ghost Recon,' 'With Honor,' 'South Park' unveiled at E3

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Ubisoft debuted a trio of new games at E3.

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The video game publisher unveiled "South Park: The Fractured But Whole," ''For Honor" and "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" on Monday during its briefing at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

"The Fractured But Whole" is a superhero-themed follow-up to "South Park: The Stick of Truth."

The combat game "For Honor" will pit versions of knights, samurais and Vikings against each other on battlefields.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" transports the espionage franchise to a completely open virtual rendition of Bolivia.

Ubisoft also brought star power to its Orpheum Theatre stage presentation with Angela Bassett revealed as the new chief in "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege."

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Other games teased included the London-set "Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" and multiplayer action title "Tom Clancy's The Division."