Part of the Planet Rescue series in association with Australia Zoo and the Irwin family, Big Ocean Adventures “takes players through eight different exploration zones, from the Arctic to the Bahamas, each one with its specific environment and ecosystem, allowing children to learn about safeguarding the planet and protecting the animal kingdom in a fun and interactive way.”
Players will take photos of marine life and rescue endangered species.
“As kids, I believe if we learn more about wildlife and our environment we can make a difference and change the world,” says Bindi, who appears in an introductory video at the start of the game.
It’s out sometime in October.
When contacted, Ubisoft could not confirm the presence of stingrays in the game.