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Ubisoft will use games to tackle climate change

It will use Ubisoft Riders Republic and Skull and Bones to address climate issues. In the two games, events caused by climate change will occur.

The website of Playing for the Planet, an initiative of the United Nations, explains exactly what Ubisoft will do with its games. in Republic of Riders It will be an in-game event in Phoenix, Arizona. Major wildfires broke out in the US state last year.

During the event, the sky turns orange, players automatically wear a gas mask and part of the map is inaccessible due to wildfires. It also discusses how to reduce the number of wildfires and players will have to work together to prevent several giant sequoias in the region from burning. The event should give young players an idea of ​​the consequences of wildfires.

In a similar fashion, players in Next Skull and Bones game related to the consequences of the continuous depletion of food resources. They will see how the high demand for shark fins is causing overfishing in the ocean. They can then choose to contribute to wildlife protection, in this case sharks.

The in-game event will take place at the Rider Republic over the weekend of July 22-23.

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