Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Receives Two New Trailers Highlighting Combat and Skill Trees

Opera singing Rabbids, a spooky new location, and tons of new gameplay are featured in new trailers for Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle.

August 1, 2017

Ahead of its launch later this month, Ubisoft today released two new trailers for the upcoming Nintendo crossover strategy game Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle.

The first of today’s new videos showcases the combat that will be featured in Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle while also giving us a listen to one of the new tracks from composer Grant Kirkhope through the voice of an operatic Rabbid. The trailer is rather straightforward but it does give us a good look at the unique abilities that each of the different characters in the game will have at their disposal.

The second video is much more conversational and features not only more footage from the game, but some voice over description of what we are seeing from members of the development team. Some of the notable new features that we see in this trailer include an extended look at Spooky Trails — one of the locations in the game — as well as a deeper dive into the upgrades that you will be able to give each of your characters while playing. After that, we are then introduced to some of the co-op offerings that Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will include of which we haven’t seen much of until today.

You can find both of the new trailers for Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle below if you would like to view them yourself. For more on the game, be sure to check out our hands-on preview from E3 2017 if you haven’t done so already. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will be available at the end of this month on August 29 exclusively for Nintendo Switch.

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