Live from the E3 2017 Ubisoft stage, watch the never before seen trailer of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle! Hear from the team about what the world of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has in store for all of us.
Available August 29 on the Nintendo Switch!
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Two worlds collide in Mario + Rabbids® Kingdom Battle!
The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the chaotic Rabbids into this once peaceful land. To restore order, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Yoshi must team up with a whole new crew: four Rabbids heroes! Together, they will battle with weapons through four worlds filled with combat, puzzles, and unpredictable enemies.
Developed exclusively for the Nintendo Switch™ system, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the best of the Mario and Rabbids franchises, combining all that you love about Mario’s iconic universe with the side-splitting antics of the Rabbids.
Mario & Rabbids universes collide in this new adventure that combines the best of these two worlds!
Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi join forces with four Rabbids heroes with their own unique personalities!
Easy to play, difficult to master. Solo and co-op turn-based combat is a fresh gameplay experience!
Battle with an arsenal of weapons through four new worlds filled with enemies, puzzles, and humorous fun!
Pick up and play anywhere exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system, even on the go!
Includes access to 8 unique weapons.
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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: E3 2017 Official Conference Presentation | Ubisoft
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