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Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope Announced for 2022

Mario and the Rabbids are back in a whole new, action-packed adventure!

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Courtesy of Ubisoft

As the E3 hype kicks off, Ubisoft has officially revealed Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope at its Ubisoft Forward presentation, a sequel to the 2017 title Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. The game will be released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in 2022. 

Prior to the Ubisoft Forward, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope was leaked to the public via listing on the Nintendo website. Though the listing was taken down at the time, it is now officially available to the public. Ubisoft and Nintendo have unveiled the trailer for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope on social media as well as look at some gameplay footage. 

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope will once again take players on an adventure with tactical strategy mechanics. Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Rabbid Peach and Rabbid Luigi will make their return in this sequel in which they must work together to defeat an evil entity threatening the balance of the galaxy and rescue their Spark companions. In addition to the return of many familiar faces, Rabbid Rosalina will reportedly also make her debut in this sequel title. 

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Courtesy of Ubisoft

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope will envelop players in exciting, tactical strategy gameplay, including the ability to build their ideal team of three from a roster of nine playable characters. They must venture through the galaxy and rescue the Spark creatures, who will aid the player with an assortment of different powers. Players must engage in strategic, decision-based combat in order to defeat a slew of bosses, new and familiar in nature, in order to save the galaxy.


Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope will arrive for the Nintendo Switch in 2022. A specific release date has yet to be confirmed.

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