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Splinter Cell, Mighty Quest and more Ubisoft titles playable at Rezzed

Tickets still on sale for 22nd/23rd June show.

Gamer Network, which publishes Eurogamer.net, has announced that this year's Rezzed show in Birmingham will have a host of Ubisoft games for attendees to play, including the extremely promising Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

The full line-up of Ubisoft games on the show floor this year is as follows:

  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist
  • The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot
  • Might & Magic: Duel of Champions
  • Trials Evolution Gold
  • Ghost Recon Online

Rezzed, which focuses on PC and indie games, is taking place at the Birmingham NEC on 22nd/23rd June. Tickets are available at www.rezzed.com.

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The Ubisoft titles join the likes of Total War: Rome 2 and Company of Heroes 2 from big PC publishers, while the showfloor will also be home to tons of awesome indie titles, including Project Zomboid, Space Hulk, Shadow Warrior and others listed on the Rezzed showfloor page.

Visitors will also be able to tour the Leftfield Collection, a huge selection of indie titles for PC, mobile and tablets produced by new studios and small teams. These include Gone Home by The Fullbright Company, Size Five Games' Gun Monkeys, Abbey Games' Reus and many others. Check out the full line-up - last year's was a ridiculous timesink.

Like the Eurogamer Expo, Rezzed will also have a range of developer sessions running throughout both days. Sessions announced so far include Chris Avellone showing Project Eternity, Ragnar Tornquist and friends updating us on Dreamfall Chapters, plus live demos and updates from Rome 2, Prison Architect, Frozen Endzone and others. The full schedule will be announced next week, but you can view the majority of it on the Rezzed site.

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