Ubisoft has had quite a chummy run with Nintendo, especially with Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle and its upcoming Donkey Kong DLC. Talking to Geoff Keighley, Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, talked more about Ubisoft’s special relation with Nintendo.
Although listed as a DLC, Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong DLC can be an entire game by itself.
Starlink: Battle For Atlas for Switch may come in physical form however players will have to take note that the game will still require a 15GB content download to be playable. As 15GB is roughly half the size of the Switch’s internal storage, players may want to consider getting a MicroSD for the game.
The Switch version of the Starlink: Battle for Atlas, is now up for preorder on Amazon. The Switch version of the game will come with a few exclusives such as:
Ubisoft has announce the release date for their upcoming Donkey Kong Adventure DLC for Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle on the Nintendo Switch.
Ubisoft has reavealed Just Dance 2019 at their E3 press conference and it is going to support Nintendo’s home console all the way back till the Wii. The new game will come with 40 new hot tracks with over 400 more unlockable Through their Just Dance Unlimited streaming service.
Ubisoft has announced that their next instalment of the Trials motorcycle series, Trials Rising will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in February 2019. The game will feature over twice the number of tracks as ever before, in scenic locations near The Eiffel Tower or Great Wall.
Ubisoft has revealed its upcoming toys-to-life game, Starlink: Battle For Atlas will be releasing on 16 October 2018. The game will also come with exclusives content on the Nintendo Switch. Players who bought Starlink’s Switch starter pack will get an exclusive Arwing Starship, Fox McCloud Pilot, Mason Rana Pilot, Fkamethrower Weapon, Zfrost Barrage Weapon, Zenith Starship and Shredder Weapon, and Exclusive Star Fox mission content.
Ubisoft is no stranger to bringing board games to the Nintendo Switch, they have previously done so for Monopoly and UNO. Still, according to the Taiwanese Game Ratings Board, Ubisoft is planning to bring more tabletop games onto the Switch.
Yves Guillemot, the co-founder and CEO of Ubisoft, has a very interesting view on the future of video game consoles.