Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope Mario Galaxy-Inspired Gameplay Revealed

Ubisoft has revealed that Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2022 and it will take the cast on an intergalactic adventure.

Ubisoft announced Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope at E3 2021, which will be released for the Nintendo Switch in 2022. Like its predecessor, Sparks of Hope is a tactical shooter, in the same vein as the XCOM series.

Sparks of Hope is the sequel to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. While Kingdom Battle stayed within the Mushroom Kingdom, Spark of Hope will involve an intergalactic adventure. Mario and his friends will be joined by Sparks, which are Rabbid versions of the Luma from Super Mario Galaxy. These Sparks will grant the party with special attacks and abilities that can be used in battle. Mario and his team are also seen using new weapons, as he now dual-wields pistols and Luigi uses a bow. The team is now joined by Rabbid Rosalina, further connecting the game to Super Mario Galaxy. A cinematic trailer has been uploaded to the official Ubisoft YouTube channel. A gameplay trailer has also been uploaded to the Ubisoft YouTube channel.

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The story of Sparks of Hope involves Mario and the Rabbids traveling from world to world in a spaceship, as they face an eldritch horror named Cursa and her legions of servants. In order to stop Cursa, they must use the power of the Sparks, who each possess unique elemental abilities that can be unleashed in combat. The player will be able to choose from nine different characters for their team, which can upgrade in order to make them more effective in battle.

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Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope will be released for Nintendo Switch in 2022.

Source: Ubisoft/YouTube, (1, 2)

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