For the last six months, a rumor about a Rabbids/Mario crossover from Ubisoft and Nintendo has been rumored. Then, a few weeks ago, it was seemingly confirmed, but there were those who speculated it could still be a hoax. Well, at E3 2017, during the Ubisoft Press Conference, it was confirmed. Even bringing out Shigeru Miyamoto, Mario’s creator, to help announce the title.
The reveal trailer, which you can view below, shows off just how insane and epic this game is. From Mario, Peach, Yoshi, and Luigi teaming up with the Rabbids to fight other Rabbids, to using blaster guns, to exploring the Mushroom Kingdom, there’s a lot to comprehend here. Best of all though, the game is coming out soon, it’ll be on Nintendo Switch on August 29th.
“Get a first look at all the chaos of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and join Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi as they team up with Rabbids heroes to explore a new world twisted by the mischievous Rabbids, filled with secrets and nods to classic Mario games! Discover a feel-good and modern combat adventure designed exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, playable anywhere, anytime, with anyone.”
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