If you are into gaming, it is impossible that you have never heard about Ubisoft. They have made some of our favourite games of all time. The titles include Assassins’ Creed, Watch Dogs, Ghost Recon and many others.
There are many of us who are fans of collectables. These studios are required to enter into licensing agreements in order to ensure that these companies make their collectables. It was recently revealed that Ubisoft has partnered with some of them. Hence, this has our attention so let us see what this is all about.
Expanding Brand across Collectable category
The publisher has partnered with two collectable companies i.e., Funko and Good Smile Company. They have done it in order to expand their business across the collectable category. It means that the figurines will be released worldwide. So, let us look at the terms of the deal.
Funko has been given the right of producing Assassins’ Creed figurines and Rainbow Six Siege in North America and Latin America by Ubisoft. They have also said that they will be producing apparels and accessories of these games. We can expect it in stores by 2021.
What about Global Releases?
As said above Funko has been made responsible for manufacturing these products in the Americas. But, if you want to buy globally, Good Smile Company is your manufacturer. They are the producers of Nendoroid and figma figurines. They will create AC figurines for Nendoroid lines.
Both of the partners have expressed their excitement on the partnership agreement. They will also extend their products to the figma series. It will help to serve the fans worldwide. There were many statements given by the company in favour of Ubisoft.
The executives have said some nice things about the publisher. They said it is famous for making authentic products. The creativity of the studio is unsurpassable. This is a partnership between the two will bring great service to the fans. Hence, everyone is excited to see the products.
We have to say that there is no release date for these collectables. Nothing has been announced but anything before 2021 is unreasonable for Ubisoft. So, what do the fans think? Let us know in the comments below.