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Ubisoft Launches Ghost Recon Breakpoint with Social Campaign Featuring Lil’ Wayne

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The social films were created in partnership with The Many

Ubisoft Launches Ghost Recon Breakpoint with Social Campaign Featuring Lil’ Wayne

In partnership with The Many, interactive entertainment leader Ubisoft released a series of social films titled “Spec Ops 101” featuring rapper Lil’ Wayne in anticipation of today’s launch of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Ubisoft’s latest game in the Tom Clancy franchise.

To drive excitement leading up to the game’s release, Ubisoft and The Many teamed up with the Lil’ Wayne to create a tactical execution meant to specifically highlight Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s realistic game features. The entertainer’s humorous dialogue is contrasted with a military strategist to show off the game’s realistic nature and dynamic gameplay in three :30-second films, “How to Breach,” “How to Fight Drones,” and "How to Survive Enemy Fire.

The films were supported by an early-launch recruitment program, “Calling All Ghosts,” that leveraged online job postings calling on gamers to apply for coveted access to the game’s limited beta program and included social content across Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

The recruitment campaign also featured posters by artist Jason Heuser, who was tapped by The Many for his famous work that places political figures in precarious situations. The posters are designed to bring gamers everywhere into the world of Auroa, the fictional setting of Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Each poster acted as a cultural meme, dropping easter eggs of the game itself while mixing tactical gameplay situations and teams with real-world settings like Xbox remotes, chairs, office desks and coffee mugs. The social campaign engaged the brand directly with fans as an extension of the gameplay itself.

“Jason’s artwork adds a fun and irreverent air to the campaign, acknowledging that Ghost Recon Breakpoint players place themselves in intense, out-of-this-world scenarios from the comfort of their own homes every day,” said Blake Marquis, executive creative director and Partner at The Many.

Watch the Spec Ops 101 films below:





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Client

Brand: Ubisoft

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: The Many

Executive Creative Director: Blake Marquis

Creative Director: Josh Paialii

Creative Director: Donovan Goodly

Art Director: Austin Ho

Copywriter: Amy Char

Senior Brand Manager / Project Manager: Bruno Guerra

Brand Director: Austin Tatum

Illustrator / Designer: Jason Heuser

Production House

Production House: Bastard Productions

Bastard DOP: David Horowitz

Bastard Producer: Evan Cunningham

Editor: Russell Anderson (Cut + Run Editorial)

C+R EP: Amburr Farls

C+R Producer: Brady Fiero

Finishing: Jogger Studios

Conform and Color Artist: Andy Brown

Jogger HOP: Diana Cheng

Mix: Lime Studios

Mixer: Tom Paolantonio

The Many, Tue, 08 Oct 2019 08:34:04 GMT