Ubisoft is partnering with RSG, a co-owner and co-developer of Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) to develop a next-generation theme park. By combining a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands with expertise in designing highly interactive gaming experiences, Ubisoft aims to revolutionize the basic concept behind theme parks.
Kids can now jump, dance, and play along with the Rabbids in Ubisoft‘s latest video game, Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show. Available on Kinect for the Xbox One and the Xbox 360, and PlayStation Camera for PlayStation 4, Rabbids Invasion allows kids and families to use their system’s motion camera to interact with each episode as they watch.
The game includes more than 400 challenges to complete in 20 episodes such as “Rabbids Launcher,” “Chicken Dance,” “Run Rabbid,” and “Bwaaah-meter.” The augmented reality capsules also bring the Rabbids into any living room, allowing players to take selfies and capture memorable moments.
Developed by Ubisoft Barcelona in collaboration with Ubisoft Casablanca and Ubisoft Paris studios, the interactive video game is based on the Rabbids Invasion TV series created by Ubisoft Motion Pictures.
Ubisoft and Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing have teamed up to expand Rabbids to a full line of books. The line will be based on the video game franchise and TV show Rabbids Invasion on Nickelodeon.
Simon Spotlight, part of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, will produce chapter books, beginning reader books, joke books, and novelty books for the line. They will be available in hardcover, paperback, and e-book versions this summer in the U.S. and Canada.
Ubisoft‘s Rabbids will make their TV debut in Nickelodeon‘s CG-animated series Rabbids Invasion, premiering August 3 at 11:30 a.m. The 26 half-hour episodes will follow the unpredictable creatures as they discover, explore, and often wreak havoc in the human world. All episodes will be available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox Video, PlayStation Store, Samsung Media Hub, and Vudu starting the day after they air. The series will also debut on Nickelodeon channels internationally beginning this fall.
During the premiere, “Omelet Party,” the Rabbids stumble across a farm and become fascinated with the chickens’ ability to lay eggs. Next in “Rabbid Mollusk,” the Rabbids find questionable uses for a starfish and an octopus while disrupting an old man’s attempt to clean the windows. In “Rabbid, Are You There?,” the Rabbids become fascinated watching a burglar attempt to rob an apartment while unknowingly assisting with a fortune-teller’s reading on the floor below.
Beginning July 17, viewers can log on to Nick.com/rabbids to access photo galleries featuring the world travels of the Rabbids, animated gifs, and videos of the upcoming series. The Nick app joins in on the mischievous fun, featuring Rabbids-themed comedic disruptions in the funny, and surprising Do Not Touch button. On August 26, fans can play the Rabbids Rhythm Game on Nick.com/rabbids.
Created and produced by Ubisoftin 2006, the wacky, mischievous Rabbids have become known worldwide, with more than 14 million video games sold and hundreds of licensed products that feature the Rabbids characters. Viral videos starring the Rabbids have attracted more than 62 million views on YouTube. The Rabbids brand extends across multiple genres including parodies, videos, illustrations, and consumer products. The new television series will also generate a range of opportunity for Ubisoft, with a string of partnerships for every major category including apparel, accessories, toys, and back-to-school.
Ubisoft and Aardman are teaming up to produce a pilot and several shorts based on Ubisoft’s video game characters, the Rabbids. In addition to video games, the characters have been featured in a series of viral internet videos and as plush toys.
Aardman Digital, Aardman’s in-house digital agency, and Ubisoft previously worked together on the Raving Rabbids brand, creating the website dedicated to the upcoming video game Raving Rabbids Travel In Time, to be released November 21 in the U.S.
Interactive entertainment company Ubisoft is releasing several additions to its existing series of games, in addition to introducing new games this holiday season across media platforms.
Ubisoft introduces a laser tag-inspired game: Battle Tag. Set for release in late November in North America, the game is designed with 20 different game plays, and includes a port that connects to a PC, allowing the computer to act as “game master.”
Players use guns that are complete with RFID technology to store information. The guns have a 300 meter radius from the port, which acts as a base for the game. Sets come with ammo packs and medic packs that recharge ammo and life points when connected to the guns. Additional guns, bases, ammo, and medic packs will be available for purchase in addition to the basic set.