Remember 2020 when everything went crazy and we had Transformers in World of Warships? Well, Ubisoft did better and partnered with the Palace of Versailles. You now have a few moments to verify that this is the real thing and not a malfunctioning version of the Matrix.
So yes, it is real. A new “Rabbids @ Versailles” mobile application will be available free of charge in five languages and will offer ten augmented reality mini-games. These will offer children “a playful learning experience in the gardens of Versailles”.
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“The game is a treasure hunt for families and for children aged eight and up,” says Ubisoft. “The Raving Rabbids have invaded the gardens of Versailles and the players must flush them out, on the trail of a mysterious Louis XIV Rabbit.”
That’s right, the famous womanizer Louis XIV is now a rabbit.
“With each mini-game, players collect pieces of Lapin Louis XIV’s royal attire, while learning fun facts about the sites around them: the hydraulics of the Latona Basin and the origin of the trees in the Orangery, among others. continue Ubisoft. “Social media users can also find a Rabbid Louis XIV filter on Instagram and have fun placing the character in various situations.”
The mind gets confused thinking where you might place Rabbid Louis XIV.
While not particularly massive in the adult gaming world, Rabbids themselves are quite popular with kids. More than 20 million games have been sold, the TV show is broadcast in 110 countries, a movie is in the works and the Rabbids will soon receive the ultimate reward: A trip to the Futuroscope amusement park.
Source: The Palace of Versailles (there’s something I never thought to link!)
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