Unlike most American publishers, Ubisoft only has to jump one border to bring itself from France to Germany for Gamescom 2014. You would think that it would be able to bring so many more games to show off at Europe's largest game convention, but its line-up is still normal compared to the likes of Japanese company Square-Enix.

Not that software has mass or anything like that.

For non-playable games, Ubisoft will be showing off Assassin's Creed: Unity and Tom Clancy's The Division at 150 and 85 person movie theaters respectively.

Those looking for a more hands-on approach to the convention will be able to play the recently revealed Assassin's Creed Rogue, the open-world racer The Crew, and the latest in everyone's new favorite shooter series, Far Cry 4.

Ubisoft's Center Stage will also offer:

  • Just Dance 2015Just Dance Now, and Shape Up will be featured on Ubisoft's center stage.
  • Tattoos will be available for every person who plays Assassin's Creed: Rogue.
  • Far Cry fans can have their photo taken sitting in Pagan Min's throne.
  • Additional community activities, prizes, and performances are planned throughout Gamescom.

Pretty normal showing from Ubisoft, and unless the company has a huge surprise waiting for us, like Beyond Good & Evil 2 for example.