Update: The conference is now over, but you can watch an archived version in the video player below.
Some of the biggest news: Levar Burton and other Star Trek stars showed off Star Trek: Bridge Command, a virtual reality game where you and your friends pilot the Enterprise together; Watch Dogs 2 got a lengthy gameplay demo; we saw more of the Assassin's Creed movie and Ubisoft announced Steep, an extreme sports game set in snowy, mountainous environments.
Original story: This may be the first year in a very long time that Ubisoft has a press conference without a mainline Assassin's Creed game (there's not one coming out this year). But that doesn't mean there won't be games to see, and hopefully Ubisoft has some surprises in store.
The event is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. central time and can be watched in the video player below.
A lot of attention will probably be paid to Watch Dogs 2, which Ubisoft officially unveiled last week. They've already highlighted quite a bit about the game's world and its protagonist, but this would be a great time to show off a full gameplay demo, especially considering the game is coming out this year.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands should make an appearance, after being the surprise final announcement at last year's event.
We'll probably also see South Park: The Fractured But Whole, a comedy RPG sequel to the surprisingly wonderful South Park: The Stick of Truth. If series creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone show up, they're usually a joy to watch on stage.
Beyond that, you can make bets about Ubisoft staples like a Just Dance or Rabbids game announcement. There's always at least one thing that tends to lose the attention of the "core" video game player.