Extends its ventures to include leisure activities; Entertainment center opens in 2025, with its own theme park to follow later


After Nintendo opened the Super Nintendo World theme world in Universal Studios in Tokyo this year, publisher Ubisoft has now also presented its plans for future leisure activities. As IGN reports, an entertainment center is to be built in the Studios Occitanie Méditerranée in 2025, where visitors can visit various attractions based on the Ubisoft brands. The location is around 40 minutes’ drive from Montpellier in France. Among other things, the publisher works with Storyland Studios. Details about the attractions have not yet been given.

In addition, Ubisoft is planning its own theme park, which would be the equivalent of Super Nintendo World. The opening seems to be a long way off. Ubisoft is initially focusing on the entertainment center. Incidentally, Storyland Studios will also work alongside the publisher on the theme park. Ubisoft’s most famous brands right now include Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, Far Cry and Just Dance. But Rayman or the Rabbids could also get an appearance in the entertainment center.