Check Out the Trailer for Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show

Today Ubisoft announced that “Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show,” developed by Ubisoft Barcelona in collaboration with Ubisoft Paris and Ubisoft Casablanca, will be available in November 2014 on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4.

“Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show” is based on the successful “Rabbids Invasion” TV series created by Ubisoft Motion Pictures and is broadcasted in several territories including the US, UK, France and Germany. Launched in Fall 2013, the hit TV show has already been viewed more than 280 million times worldwide. The video game enables kids to jump into a selection of 20 episodes of the popular TV show and participate in the action on-screen.

While the episode is running, kids will watch, play and interact with the Rabbids on their silly adventures. Kids will jump up and get moving with wacky full-motion activities like having a virtual egg battle with the Rabbids, quickly matching their silly poses, or even launching the Rabbids through the air! Up to four players on next-gen systems and two players on Xbox 360 can compete for the best individual score in each activity to become the episode champion, while their global score will allow them to unlock new episodes and content. With “Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show,” Ubisoft offers young players, their friends and family the unique opportunity to rediscover their favorite TV show in a brand new and innovative video game.

“The ‘Rabbids Invasion’ TV series is very popular amongst kids and their families so we wanted to merge the success of this TV show with the studio’s expertise in creating fun and original gaming experiences,” said Xavier Manzanares, Brand Producer. “With ‘Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show,’ we’re introducing an innovative way that people can interact with their favorite characters. This is not only TV you can watch, but TV you can play.”

Check out the trailer for the game in the player below:

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