Xbox 360 trailer for Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure due to lack of Xbox One trailer.

Microsoft’s Xbox One remaster of Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, called just Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure due to the addition of optional joypad controls, is now available for Xbox One both on disc and to download via Xbox Live priced at £19.99 (UK) / €29.99 (EU) / $29.99 (US). This remaster does also include a new Finding Dory world, plus the game is enhanced for Xbox One X with 4K and HDR. However, if you do get an Xbox One X then please note that Kinect 2 requires a Kinect adapter to work on it.

For those concerned that this game might not actually support Kinect 2 due to a complete lack of any mention of it in the marketing materials or even on the game’s page on the Xbox Store, don’t worry as I can confirm 100% that the Xbox One version definitely still supports full Kinect 2 controls. However, I’m unable to confirm whether the PC version supports Kinect 2 as well.

There still isn’t a trailer available for Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, which is pretty ridiculous for a first-party game considering how few there are for Xbox One, so I’ve included a trailer for he original Xbox 360 version above for those who haven’t seen the game before. You can also read more information about the game in the following fact sheet and there are plenty of new screenshots to view in the gallery at the bottom of this article:


Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure
Fact Sheet

Title: Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure

Availability: October 31st 2017

Publisher: Microsoft® Studios

Developer: Asobo Studio

Format*: Xbox One family of devices and Windows 10 PCs

Age Rating: ESRB: E10, PEGI: RP, USK: No Age Restrictoin

Pricing: $29.99 / €29.99 / £19.99
Xbox Play Anywhere title (Xbox family of devices and Windows 10 PC versions included with single digital purchase at no additional cost)

Product Overview: “Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure” invites families and fans of all ages to experience the worlds of six beloved Disney•Pixar films like never before. Team up with characters from “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Up,” “Cars”, “Toy Story”, and “Finding Dory” to solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets all remastered in 4K Ultra HD and HDR

Interact on screen with Pixar characters and play cooperatively to solve challenges. Move from fast-paced puzzle-solving to moments of pulse-pounding agility and speed.


Save the day

in your own fast-paced adventure. Invite your whole family to join Woody, Lightning McQueen and others in this one-of-a-kind Pixar experience.

Cooperative play.

Team up with Pixar characters to help you through each challenge or play on the same screen at home or through Xbox Live with a friend.

Explore and discover.

Experience the sights and sounds of each Pixar world as you solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets.

Supports Xbox Play Anywhere.

Pick up where you left off on another Xbox One device or Windows 10 PC, bringing all your saves, game add-ons, and achievements with you.


About Asobo Studio

Asobo Studio is an independent game developer located in Bordeaux, France. Over the past 15 years, Asobo developed 17 games for families and kids, as well as for core gamers both on consoles & PC. Asobo’s portfolio includes successful adaptations of worldwide Disney franchises, R&D on next generation equipment based games (360 Kinect, PS3 Move, Wii, HoloLens…), as well as critically acclaimed original IP’s like the Guinness Record award-winning racing experience FUEL. Visit Asobo online at


About Microsoft

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

The information contained in this fact sheet relates to a pre-release product that may be substantially modified before its first commercial release. Accordingly, the information may not accurately describe or reflect the product when first commercially released. This fact sheet is provided for informational purposes only, and Microsoft Corp. makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the fact sheet or the information contained in it.



You can read our review of the Xbox 360 version of the game by clicking HERE, although please note that the videos don’t work due to YouTube’s overzealous copyright flagging.

Are you looking forward to playing a remastered Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure with Kinect 2 or will this be your first experience with the game if you’re planning to buy it? Have you got it already and if so what do you think of it? Let us know in the comments below, or you can create a discussion in our Kinect 2 Games Forum. You can also post your own review in our Kinect 2 Game Reviews Forum.



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