Furthermore, this agreement allows Ubisoft to seamlessly integrate D-BOX’s high-definition haptics and motion technology into the game development process, which will allow players to immerse themselves more deeply into different worlds.
“D-BOX’s innovative approach to motion technology will have a positive impact on the gaming experience for our players.”
Chris Early, Senior Vice President, Partnerships and Revenue at Ubisoft
“For more than 10 years, D-BOX has been enriching the motion experience in racing and flight simulation games. This new milestone for D-BOX is the perfect fit between our proven expertise in innovative immersive haptic motion systems and Ubisoft’s reputation for developing leading-edge gaming experiences,” states Sébastien Mailhot, President and CEO of D-BOX. “The possibilities for innovation are endless and we are thrilled to collaborate with Ubisoft and contribute to the gaming experience of the future, designed for a variety of applications for casual and competitive gamers. The video game industry around the world is constantly growing and we are excited to capitalize on this new strategic partnership.”
“Following the success of previous collaborations with D-BOX on virtual reality experiences such as Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride and Eagle Flight, we are pleased to continue our relationship with D-BOX through this partnership,” says Chris Early, Senior Vice President, Partnerships and Revenue at Ubisoft. “D-BOX’s innovative approach to motion technology will have a positive impact on the gaming experience for our players.”
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