Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure Releases on June 26

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle had a surprise appearance at Ubisoft's E3 press conference.

DK, Rabbid Cranky, and Rabbid Peach are getting together to fight Rabbid Kong on a new island that is said to house more than 10 hours of new content.

A trailer showing the new gameplay was released separately online. Giving him the ability to pick up and throw enemies, allies, explosive sentries, or even pieces of cover around the map, it opens up new ways for creative players to devastate their enemies.

Interestingly, season pass owners will receive the DLC update a day early on 25th June, but it really isn't long to wait now either way which is great news indeed. To find out more, check out our preview. A new trailer, accompanied by a live musical performance, detailed how Mario and company come to meet Donkey Kong.

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is available for the Nintendo Switch.



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