Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle gets new versus mode for free

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle gets new versus mode for free

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle gets new versus mode for free

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle now features a great single-player mode as well as cooperative challenges, but Ubisoft isn't stopping there. This new mode will allow you to square off against friends on the same console.

Interestingly, the mode disables the characters and builds you've unlocked and created in the main game, instead forcing you to pick from a number of pre-set builds for each fighter.

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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.

Players can continue playing with good all-rounded started equipment load outs or specialize in one of the 16 unlockable variants.

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If you don't have a lot of time to play these matches, Ubisoft says they're "meant to be short and snappy". I'm also happy to report that unlike in the campaign, you can select an all-Mushroom Kingdom or all-Rabbid team.

While I wish this update also came with online play, it's cool to see games like Mario + Rabbids getting support in the form of free little updates like this.

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Since launching back in August, Ubisoft's strategy crossover Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle has enjoyed critical acclaim by bringing together the unlikely combination of Mario and the Rabbids, and tomorrow players will get to enjoy a whole new side of the game with a competitive edge.

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