Ubisoft’s Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show Season Pass Announcement

Ubisoft’s Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show Season Pass Announcement

Ubisoft Confirms Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show season pass. Straight from the source lets bunny hop right into what we should expect from this incredible interactive series from Ubisoft.

The Season Pass will be available to download at the November 18th launch on Kinect for Xbox One and Xbox 360, and PlayStation 4. 

The Rabbids Invasion Season Pass will include access to all 15 add-on episodes complete with crazy new challenges. Players will have the opportunity to engage in friendly competitions with family and friends while watching the funniest moments from “SUPER RABBID”, “VAMPIRE RABBID”, “RABBIDS WITH FLEAS”, “ZOMBIE RABBID”, “RABBID DREAMS” episodes, among others. 

The Season Pass will include all 5 DLC Packs which each contain 3 new full interactive episodes. In addition to the 21 original episodes, the game and season pass will amount to 36 episodes. The 5 DLC packs will becoming available monthly though March 2015: 

•    Pack 1 – At launch 
•    Pack 2 – December 2015 
•    Pack 3 – January 2015 
•    Pack 4 – February 2015 
•    Pack 5 – March 2015 

Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show is being developed by Ubisoft Barcelona with support from Ubisoft Paris. With more than 14 million games sold, the Rabbids are some of Ubisoft’s best-loved characters, and their wacky adventures appeal to kids and families across the globe. With Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show, a selection of the 78 seven-minute CGI episodes from the original Rabbids Invasion TV series are adapted to allow the audience to join with the Rabbids in acting out some of their crazy antics. 

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