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RUMOR: Mario Plus Rabbids Kingdom Battle Leaked

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Note: The information in this article has been leaked or rumored, and not officially confirmed.

We’re almost at the three months mark since the launch of the Nintendo Switch, and it appears that Nintendo still can’t keep some of their projects a secret. This project, a mashup between the Mario and Raving Rabbids universes, has been a rumor for quite some time now, dating back to November 18 of last year. Be sure to keep reading for more details on the rumored game, as well as some key details about the game.

In what appears to be some internal documents that were never meant to be seen by the public, it boasts how the game is 35% exploration, and 65% turned based combat. There will be different worlds to explore, as well as puzzles and secret zones to find, and many different play styles, including multiplayer co-op. There is also another image showing off what makes this game different from others, including, “Weapons for the 1st time”.

Continuing on, an image with the timeline of the game has their suggested things to be accomplishing in certain months, such as a reveal and first hands-on time with the game at E3 next month, previews in July, and “go big for launch” including promotional material and reviews some time in August. The final image in this leak shows off some of the details for the game, of which includes the release date. It claims that it will have an August/September 2017 release, which lines right up with Laura Kate Dale's rumor from January of this year.

So what do you think? Do you think the game is real, and if so, will you be getting the game or pass on it? You can find the images detailed in this article down below to take a look at what the game may contain. Remember again, this is only a rumor, and information shown in the images may be false or somehow changed.

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