"Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" Finally Reveals Itself at E3

Francis Harris
June 13, 2017

Graphically, the game looks as bright and colorful as you would expect from a Nintendo title. You can also use your amiibos to unlock new in-game features. Miyamoto said he gave Ubisoft a directive when they agreed to partner together on Mario + Rabbids: "Try to make a Mario game that has never been made before".

A six-inch figurine of Rabbid Mario by Ubicollectibles. The characters even have their own RPG skill tree!

The game is coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch, with an August 29th, 2017 release date.

In all, 115 people developed the game at Ubisoft's studios in Paris and Milan. The gameplay demonstration at the conference offers us a glimpse of mix match attack options, move, and abilities.

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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a new tactical adventure game that collaboration of Ubisoft and Nintendo brought at E3 2017.

According to the game's developers, the title took over three years to develop.

The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the chaotic Rabbids into this once peaceful land. It will be a prequel to the first game, set in a multiethnic, multicultural universe in which corporations make anthropomorphic animal hybrids to serve as their slaves.

Suffice it to say, fans will likely be eager to get their hands on the statue that comes packed-in, and they'll be able to do just that outside of this Mario + Rabbids bundle if push comes to shove. 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.

The world of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is full of zany characters, luscious environments, and insane worlds to explore.

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