It features a variety of Ubisoft franchises, from cartoons like Rabbids and Rayman, to the serious novels of the various titles of Doctrine killerIt makes sense to explore ways to bring these popular video games to life. Ubisoft franchises have been a staple in the gaming industry for years, and Assassin’s Creed in particular is one of the games players are looking forward to along with a new game. Call of duty Hey FIFA.
With Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Shattering sales records during the first week of its launch in November last year, outperforming all previous games in the series, and having the most powerful PC launch of any Assassin’s Creed title, the company clearly feels it is in a strong enough position to develop a concept of an amusement park. Ubisoft.
.’s original park ad Ubisoft It was in 2015, with an expected opening sometime in 2020. While RSG, one of the owners and developers of movie park animation studios, Who ran the Smurfs theme park in 2020, was responsible for the mechanics of the process. The latest update indicates that Ubisoft has now partnered with Storyland Studios.
formed by”Team members and executive leadership for The Walt Disney Company, Disney Imagineering, Pixar Animation Studios, Universal and Legoland”And Storyland Studios is a design and production company, and partners with Alterface, designers of interactive theater. and dark attractions to help Ubisoft breathe life into its games.
Ubisoft You’ll have more details of their interactive experiences at the International Association of Parks and Attractions Expo in November, with a 2-3 hour indoor attraction developed by the studio, as well as the main theme park.
With positive first impressions of Super Nintendo World It certainly makes sense for Ubisoft to revive plans for the theme park, and with an official preview at the IAAPA Fair already planned, it looks like it’s in for a complete blast. For many, this announcement may come as a surprise. Not only due to the fact that many would assume that the company will try to maintain a lower profile, given that Ubisoft is being sued for sexual harassment, but also because of the staggering 25,000 COVID-19 cases being reported daily in Malaysia.
The successful opening of Super Nintendo World surely paved the way for theme parks in a post-COVID world, and with sales of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla smashing, even amid Ubisoft scandals, the world may be ready to separate the company’s games.
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