Ubisoft is constructing a tiny indoor theme park in Malaysia
For those who have been enthusiastic about Nintendo’s deal to place its characters in Common theme parks, chew on this: the writer behind video games like Murderer’s Creed, Simply Dance and the Raving Rabbids video games is constructing it is personal amusement park. No kidding — Ubisoft has partnered with RSG, a Malaysian park developer, to create a one hundred,000+ sq. foot indoor facility in Kuala Lumpur that includes Ubisoft-themed rides, points of interest and exhibits.
Consider it or not, this is not as unprecedented as you may assume. Final yr Ubisoft partnered with a France’s Parc du Futuroscope to create a Raving Rabbids journey, and Sega constructed a comparable indoor theme park in Dubai. Do not anticipate a Disneyland for video video games, although — the proposed park’s footprint is sufficiently small to suit inside a Walmart, Goal or House Depot retailer. Can a theme park survive on the facility of third-social gathering online game franchises alone? We’ll discover out in 2020.
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