Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle officially announced for Nintendo Switch, Release Date Revealed

Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle officially announced for Nintendo Switch, Release Date Revealed

Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle officially announced for Nintendo Switch, Release Date Revealed

During the Ubisoft E3 2017 press conference, Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto revealed one of the strangest games we have seen in quite some time, Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle.

While Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will focus heavily on combat, Mendes confirmed the game is full of zany and offbeat humor that both Super Mario and Rabbids fans will enjoy.

The game incorporates numerous mechanics found in the latest XCOM games, as players control each hero separately in turn based battles. Players need to collect coins, solve basic environmental problems in their exploration.

Xavier Manzanares, a producer at Ubisoft Paris, and Davide Mendes, a motion designer at Ubisoft Paris, joined Nintendo for the publisher's Treehouse livestream to talk about the game.

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In the main campaign for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, players will form a team of three unique characters, customizing their abilities via each character's dedicated skill tree to form the flawless trio.

Japan's Nintendo has agreed to lend France's Ubisoft its famous moustachioed plumber Mario for the game, due out in late August on the Switch console.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle continues to be the gaming industry's worst kept secret for some time. "The teaming of our intellectual properties is symbolic of this partnership, and we can't wait for players to get their hands on the game".

Furthermore, the "Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" is easy to play but hard to master. Additionally, Ubicollectibles has created four exclusive figurines inspired by The Rabbids Heroes. It further includes "Tom Clancy's The Division". To learn more, please visit www.ubisoft.com.

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