The Rabbids: Party of Legends: Chinese party-game comes to Stadia, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch next month

Two years ago, Ubisoft surprised by introducing a special “Raving Rabbids” party game for the launch of the Nintendo Switch in China. We suspected that sooner or later, the game would have the rights to be released in the West… and now it’s official, Rabbids: Party of Legends Stadia will release next month on PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. The program features approximately 50 mini-games playable by 1 to 4 players locally. To learn more, check out the game’s press release as well as some images of the Chinese version in the video below.

Rabbids: Party of Legends will be available next 30 june Feather Nintendo Switch

When the Rabbids take a spin in their washing machine, they are mysteriously transported to a mythical world of chaos inspired by the classic Chinese novel “Journey to the West.” In this multiplayer board game, Rabbids must fight their way through chaos and find their way home.


Rabbids: Party of Legends It features 50 mini-games that challenge players to perform silly poses, outsmart opponents, peel peppers, show off their dance moves, and more. Up to four players can join locally, either 2v2 or free for all. Players can also create custom playlists of their favorite mini-games, and the AI ​​difficulty levels are customizable as well, making the game accessible to all ages and fun for the whole family.


Monkey King and his companions Pigsy, Sandy and Tripitak must step back in order to send themselves and the other Rabbids home. The story unfolds in four acts, each occupying a different area of ​​the game board and taking players on a journey through the legendary realm.


Ubisoft Chengdu development team draws inspiration from traditional Chinese imagery Rabbids: Party of Legendsand worked to blend Eastern and Western sensibilities, an integral part of Chinese culture with the mild, terrifying and sometimes irreverent nature of the Rabbids.


Rabbids: Party of Legends will come out June 30 Will be playable on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and Stadia, and on Xbox Series X|S and PS5 via backwards compatibility.



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