Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle could join the Nintendo Switch games list soon
A Nintendo Switch exclusive game appears to have leaked in full ahead of E3 2017.
Just days after Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle art leaked online, new reports have shed some light on the campaign, playable characters and release date.
The latest leak suggests Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will be revealed at E3 2017 ahead of an August or September release date.
Nintendo World Report suggests that the game will have a 20-hour campaign, two-person co-op and an Arena mode.
The campaign includes four themed worlds, as well as countless puzzle zones and secret areas.
It will reportedly feature eight different characters, each with their own special skills and upgradeable skill trees.
Mario, for example, will automatically fire at enemies when they enter his field of view, while Princess Peach will be able to inflate enemies until they explode.
Check out the slides below for a closer look at the campaign details…
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NINTENDO Switch fans can look forward to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle in August, following an E3 2017 reveal.
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Battle Kingdom features tactical turn-based combat with blaster weapons.
Amiibo support is also on the agenda, complete with new figurines and an unknown "Amiibo Machine" in-game feature.
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Mario + Rabbids is being developed by Ubisoft Paris and Milan using the company's Snowdrop engine.
It was supposed to have been revealed in January, but was pushed back until E3.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has divided fans ahead of its E3 reveal, although it hasn't had a negative impact on Nintendo Switch sales.
The success of the Switch has seen Nintendo share prices soar by 102% year-on-year, which has helped the company reach its highest closing level since 2010.
It's a situation that's likely to improve for Nintendo, as the company gets ready to launch its Nintendo Switch Online Service.
Similar to Xbox Live and PSN, the subscription service will net the company even more revenue, as users pay an annual fee to access online multiplayer and other bonuses.