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Sandbox announced today that it is partnering with Ubisoft to bring Rabbids (and others) into its gaming metavores. Ubisoft is building its ground in the game, where it will provide interactive experiences with Rabbids (and other future characters). It will also make its characters available to users of Sandbox’s Game Maker tools.
Ubisoft plans to bring “Game IP Elements” into the sandbox. It is possible that the Rabids will no longer be alone in the land of Ubisoft. Game makers can use the voxelized version of Rabids when creating their own Metavers games.
Sandbox has partnered with many other companies in its metavars. Most recently, he partnered with Warner Music to create a music-themed world in Metavers. Sebastian Borgett, COO and co-founder of The Sandbox, said of his partnership with Ubisoft: “We welcome Ubisoft to open Metawors as we work together with Blockchain and Web 3 to create new possibilities for players, fans and creators. . “
Guillaume Mummy, senior manager of Ubisoft’s new business and partnership, said in a statement: “We are excited to bring Rabids into the sandbox community and empower players to create their own original experiences by incorporating components of our gaming IP. We can’t wait to see how they make the world of rabbis their own. Sandbox is a clear new fun playground in the long list of rabbis’ world invasions, and a great opportunity for Ubisoft to experiment with the metavars experience for its brands. “
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Ubisoft is experimenting with other gameplay experiences with doubling in its metavers experience. It was one of the first Triple-A game publishers to announce its own NFTs. He turned these NFTs, called digits, into ghost reconnaissance breakpoints.
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