Each prize was obtainable through completing quests. There were three hats in total to collect.
|Talk to the greeter bear to start the mission, then find the disguise around the map, then complete the mission.|
|Official Office Hare Ears||Zootopia||Talk to the greeter bear to start the mission, then go to the DMV and get the number the greeter bear says.|
|Beast Headphones||Zootopia||Talk to the greeter bear to start the mission, then find a plot and build a house and place in some more objects.|
|Zootopia Faux Fox Ears||1 tickets|
|Nick's Tie||1 tickets|
The event received generally mixed to positive reception as people were stating it is bad because it is yet again another developer-made sponsored event. However, there are people stating it is a good event due to the objectives being different than most events and the place being well-designed and looking like there was a lot of effort put forth. Many people also claim that this is a "step forward" in improving ROBLOX events (until the KCA event came forth).
After the game became Explore the City & Build, some people began hating the game as it's now just a bland ROBLOX place that has nothing in it.
More criticism kept coming in from the community when a few people were criticizing Roblox of appealing to the furry fandom, which was negatively looked down by a few. The reason why many users thought this was is because the sponsor was based off of the characters from the movie being Anthropomorphic animals with human-like postures, with many the items from the event being Anthropomorphic hats for your Roblox avatar.
- This is the second developer event that uses a place made specifically for the event. The former being BLOXtober 2015.
- Though in BLOXtober, there were three places with one made specifically for the event.
- This is also the first developer-made sponsored event that requires the player to complete quests and objectives rather than searching or finding the item(s).
- After the event ended, Maelstronomer had to remove everything Zootopia related, due to the fact that the sponsorship was over and people could still buy these things.