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Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle officially announced for Nintendo Switch, Release Date Revealed
14 June 2017, 05:37 | Gerardo Harmon
The crossover game will arrive August 29. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will take advantage of the ability of Nintendo Switch to be played anywhere, anytime and is fully functioning on the go for both solo and co-op players. The game developer made the announcement during its press conference at the event.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is one of the more interesting titles announced at E3 this year, but the story of how the Rabbids ended up in Mushroom Kingdom is even more fascinating. Some attendees who have seen the trailer even said that they've never seen Mario this amusing before.
In all, 115 people developed the game at Ubisoft's studios in Paris and Milan.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle continues to be the gaming industry's worst kept secret for some time.
The game appears to be aiming for a very different market than the familiar Mario-model, but still capitalising on the well known Mushroom Kingdom characters. But once in the Kingdom, things started to be chaotic.
To all intents and purposes, it looks like a pastel-hued Mario XCOM, right down to the tactical cover-based shooting mechanics. Utilizing combat tactics and the cover system, players will explore the four unique worlds with their team of heroes defeating foes, gathering collectibles and solving puzzles along their quest.
Furthermore, the "Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" is easy to play but hard to master.
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