Mario and Rabbids join forces for Ubisoft's upcoming Nintendo Switch title

Ken Copeland
June 13, 2017

The gameplay consists of a mix of exploration, combined with what looks like an XCOM-styled, top-down turn-based combat.

Along with Mario + Rabbids, Ubisoft also showed that it's developing a few other games for the Switch. We'll nearly certainly hear more about this game before it launches on August 29, so for now, head down to the comments section and tell us what you think! Transference, a horror VR game with Elijah Wood in the trailer, interestingly, will release in spring 2018, with more news about its development surely on the way. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will take advantage of the ability of Nintendo Switch to be played anywhere, anytime and is fully functioning on the go for both solo and co-op players.

Now it's all official, it's still hard to believe that it actually exists, but we're so very glad it does. The game has been a work in progress for about three years and was finally unveiled today.

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In addition, Ubisoft revealed a new South Park mobile game is coming sometime later this year. It's story is unfolding in the heart of the Mushroom Kingdom, where the dumb-but-beloved Rabbids have mysteriously been transported into. But it did have a new trailer to show, which you can watch above.

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Ubisoft's 2017 online extreme sports title Steep will see its first round of add-on content on December 5 with Steep: Road to the Olympics. If you pre-order, you'll also get a set of eight unique in-game weapons.

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