Today, at the Nintendo Switch™ product launch press conference, Ubisoft® revealed that its China team is working on the development of Rabbids Party, Just Dance®, Mario + Rabbids® Kingdom Battle, and Rayman® Legends Definitive Edition for the Nintendo Switch in China. All the games would be localized in Simplified Chinese to provide original and fun experience to all ages.
- Rabbids Party: Ubisoft is looking to bring an all-new Rabbids experience to Chinese Nintendo Switch players, thanks to its talented development team in Chengdu. Rabbids Party is a party game for all ages, to be enjoyed solo or with up to four players. This new game, unique to the Chinese market, builds towards Ubisoft’s ambition of creating meaningful experiences for Chinese players, based on its best-loved brands.
- Just Dance: Just Dance, the #1 Music Video Game Franchise of All Time, is in the works to be released in China for the Nintendo Switch™ system. From chart-topping hits to family favorites, with viral internet phenomena and the latest emerging artists, there is something for everyone to have fun in Just Dance. The team at Ubisoft Shanghai is working on the game and looking to bring new Chinese pop songs for the Chinese market.
- Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the story of an unexpected encounter between the most famous video game character, Mario, and the irreverent and chaotic Rabbids as they join forces to restore the Mushroom Kingdom, which has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex.
- Rayman Legends Definitive Edition: Rayman, named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, is in the works to come to the Nintendo Switch in China with Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition. Rayman, Globox, and the Teensies are off wandering through an enchanted forest when they discover a mysterious tent filled with a series of captivating paintings. While focusing on a painting they are suddenly sucked into the painting, entering the world, and the adventure begins. The gang must run, jump and fight their way through each world to save the day and discover the secrets of every painting.
“We have been working closely with Nintendo on the Switch console since its inception, and are very excited Chinese players will now have the opportunity to enjoy this console too,” said Xavier Poix, Managing Director, Ubisoft China. “The Ubisoft games we are working to bring to China make full use of the social and accessible features of Nintendo Switch. Moreover, we are proud to work on experiences specifically designed for Chinese players by our studios in China.