Thanks to a new partnership with The Palace of Versailles, Ubisoft has announced an all-new Rabbid augmented reality game for mobile.
Called 'Rabbids @ Versailles', this free app lets visitors of the palace take part in ten AR minigames which aim to give children "a fun-filled learning experience". These games take the form of a treasure hunt in which the Rabbids have invaded the palace's gardens – players must flush them out as they try to track down the mysterious Rabbid Louis XIV.
The AR tech will kickstart each of the ten minigames when you arrive at the correct area, helping visitors to discover sites such as the Latona Basin, the Parterre of the Orangery and the groves found around the French gardens.
The whole thing reminds us of Nintendo's Louvre Museum guide for 3DS, which also aimed to teach visitors a thing or two about the pieces on display, although it's worth noting that Rabbids @ Versailles can only be played while visiting the palace. It can be downloaded as we speak on iOS and Android.
Of course, if you're not lucky enough to be visiting the French capital and its surrounding areas anytime soon, there's always Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope to look forward to. Ubisoft's next Rabbid adventure featuring Mario and co. arrives on Switch in 2022.