Bublar Group has announced that its subsidiary Goodbye Kansas Studios has signed an agreement to produce a game trailer for Ubisoft. The order will net Goodbye Kansas Studios about SEK 11 million, or about $1.25 million USD.
Goodbye Kansas is no stranger to working with Ubisoft. They have done character work and key art for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, produced a trailer for Watch Dogs 2, and done Motion Capture recordings for the company. Production starts this month and the trailer is expected to be delivered to Ubisoft in early 2021.
“It's fantastic that Goodbye Kansas has a new production for Ubisoft, a welcome sign of confidence from one of the gaming industry's true heavy weights,” says Peter Levin Managing Director of Goodbye Kansas.
“Through Goodbye Kansas' early investment in technology combined with high creativity, we are one of the few companies that can develop advanced game trailers where the entire production is handled in-house,” says Maria A Grimaldi, CEO and Managing Director, Bublar Group.
Ubisoft doesn't really have anything in the pipeline that's coming in Early 2021 except Far Cry 6, but we'll have to see. Maybe Ubisoft has something up their sleeves.
Until then, stay tuned to TechRaptor.
Interesting. This is probably a trailer for Far Cry 6, as it's releasing on February 18, 2021 and doesn't have a big CGI trailer as of yet. Goodbye Kansas seems to have a pretty good track record so far at making good trailers (like the Keanu Cypberunk 2077 trailer), so while CGI trailers don't really excite me anymore (unless it's from Blizzard Entertainment) Far Cry 6 should be releasing a pretty good trailer. I've personally found making trailers to be a pretty fun exercise, and before Game of Thrones got popular I made one that actually became pretty successful for early 2011, hitting close to 200k views, a big deal back in those days.
What do you think of this news? Are you excited for another cool video game trailer? Do you not care for CGI trailers anymore? If so, did you ever care for them? Let us know in the comments!