Visitors will have the opportunity to play Mario + The Rabbids® Sparks of Hope, the flagship game of this end of the year, the new season of Roller Champions™, The Way of the Dragon, and exclusively Just Dance 2023 Edition, which will have its own dedicated area for the 1st time. Skull and Bones™, meanwhile, will be presented in a commented video in a closed theater with a capacity of 60 seats. In addition, the public will be able to discover a new experience on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Assassin's Creed. Halfway between a mini escape game and a museum, the Immersive Assassin's Creed Exhibition will immerse visitors in history and allow them to (re)discover this famous iconic saga through a mini-game, an art gallery and much more.
As every year, Ubisoft is committed to making its booth accessible to as many people as possible. Various facilities will be available to accommodate people with disabilities, such as reserved spaces on all game corners and in front of the central stage, which will also have a lift. Each corner will have adapted signage and Xbox Adaptative controllers will be available if needed. The Skull and Bones closed theater will also offer subtitled sessions on Friday and Saturday afternoons.
The Ubisoft booth will also have a central stage where numerous animations and game demonstrations will take place. Esports fans will be able to attend the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® Siege 6 Open Cup Grand Finals on Saturday, November 5 from 9am to 1pm. The participating teams will be announced at a later date.
Finally, Ubisoft will be present at the Paris Games Week Junior area, specially designed for families and budding gamers with The Lapins Crétins® : Party of Legends and Monopoly Madness.
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