Leading game manufacturer LAI Games has announced the much-anticipated release of The Big Expansion Pack for its award-winning Virtual Rabbids VR ride. The Big Expansion Pack adds 3 brand new premium experiences to the existing line-up and includes a new game header and signage to advertise the update to players.

“These new experiences are exceptionally well crafted, fully immersive adventures that continue the momentum of this industry-leading game,” said Tabor Carlton, LAI Games marketing director. “We’re proud to say The Big Expansion Pack takes unattended Virtual Reality to the next level, with stages varying from family-friendly to extreme. The new experiences really offer something for everyone.”

As reported by Global Amusements & Play, “One innovative addition to the new content is an interactive component in the Space Skirmish ride, where players “shoot” at targets by aiming their VR headsets. Furthermore, LAI Games partner D-BOX’s “hybrid D-BOX motion” adds layers of depth in the motion base, synchronizing both the on-rail aspect as well as the shooting action. Combined with the incredible 360˚ views into the wacky world of Ubisoft’s Rabbids, the enhancements offer guests a whole new level of fun.

What this could mean?  FCDN estimates that there are more than 550 Virtual Rabbids currently operating. The Redemption & FEC Report has been reporting Virtual Rabbids revenues since the 1st prototype was installed in Test Location #1. For July/August 2019 Virtual Rabbids Ranked #4 out of 75 games with weekly revenue of $3995 (Peak Week). I just put out another Virtual Rabbids on revenue-share that grossed $7000 during the first month.

With that said, we know that there are Virtual Rabbids that are in locations that only have local customers and these customers are looking forward to the Big Expansion Pack and the three new experiences. The Big Expansion Pack will keep Virtual Rabbids as the #1 Video game for quite some time.

If you do not yet have a Virtual Rabbids, contact me at [email protected] and see if you qualify as a revenue-share partner.

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