|Founder(s)|| Alex Amancio |
|Founded||October 25th, 2015|
|Defunct||September 23rd, 2021|
|Area served||Gaming (Worldwide)|
|Subsidiaries|| Heavy Iron Studios |
|First release||Incredibles: Underminer's Uprising|
Ubisoft-Pixar is the company collaboration between Ubisoft Entertainment and Pixar Animation Studios. The company was founded in October 2015 after the huge success of Incredibles: Underminer's Uprising and it has made several other projects such as Incredibles 4: Rise Of The Knights, Incredibles 5: Attinger's Revenge, Incredibles 6: Villains Rising and Incredibles: Collision Of Worlds, followed up by Incredibles: Age Of SubTerra. The supporting companies include: TellTale Games, Infinity Ward, Treyarch and Sledgehammer Games.
In 2015, Ubisoft and TellTale Games were approached by Infinity Ward and Pixar to make a crossover game titled Incredibles: Underminer's Uprising. After going through many discussions, Ubisoft accepted a 10-year contract with the two companies for games, DLC and other merchandise.
The first game, Incredibles: Underminer's Uprising, was released to huge success. The game was a crossover between The Incredibles, Walking Dead, Watch Dogs and Call of Duty. The game was so successful that Ubisoft, now under the corroboration name of Ubisoft-Pixar, decided to make the Incredibles: Knights Series, starting with Incredibles 4: Rise Of The Knights and ending with HeroFall. The company made several sequels and spin-offs to those games, such as Incredibles 5: Attinger's Revenge, Incredibles 6: Villains Rising and HeroFall: The Rogue Heroes.
Starting in Fall 2015, Ubisoft-Pixar started making the Call of the Watch Dogs Series, which was released to huge success along with Incredibles: Underminer's Uprising. The game spawned two sequels: Chicago Knight and Call Of The Watch Dogs 3: Rising Phoenix.