It may have been a while since Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle made its official debut on the Nintendo Switch, but the game is getting a free update with new content in the form of a "Versus Mode". The update adds a new local Versus mode which allows you to play the game against your friends, by sharing a pair of Joy-Con controllers to fight on the battlefields.
Turns go back and forth with players getting three actions per turn, making the biggest challenge the most presents. The mode's characters are said to be evenly matched, but there are optional power-ups available throughout the maps that will give the players an edge. You may be accustomed to moving, attacking, and using techniques for each of your heroes during every turn in the campaign and co-op, but Versus is a different story.
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Interestingly, the mode disables the characters and builds you've unlocked and created in the main game, instead forcing you to pick from a number of pre-set builds for each fighter. Will you move all your characters into strategic positions, or will you spend all your actions to, say, move Luigi into a sniping spot, activate his motion-attacking Steely Gaze, and then open fire on a juicy target? Matches can be limited to seven or ten turns if you want a quicker experience and you can even set short, medium, or long time limits on each turn.
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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Versus Mode will be available to download on Nintendo Switch from December 8, 2017.
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