Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is a turn-based tactical strategy game developed and published by Ubisoft.
It is a sequel to the 2017 game Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
Unlike its predecessor, the upcoming turn-based tactics title is going to be an exclusively single player experience, it's been confirmed.
Learn more about combining each hero's abilities to succeed in combat en route to the game's launch on October 20th for Nintendo Switch.
Splash can be used to bounce opponents back while Shock damage can hit multiple times. Puzzle-solving and exploration are also showcased.
Ubisoft's turn-based tactics title is set to launch exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in less than a month, on October 20.
A new trailer for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope has been released, showing off plenty of exploration, combat, and even Spark management.
While full details haven't yet been revealed, Ubisoft has provided a sneak peak from the upcoming tactics title following its release.
Ubisoft's upcoming turn-based tactics game continues to look impressive in a new extended look at its gameplay.
The event airs at noon PT on September 10th, with a pre-show at 11:35 AM PST providing updates on titles like For Honor, The Crew 2, and more.
The upcoming turn-based tactics game will receive "additional story content featuring new heroes, quests, and battles" after launch.
Lead producer Xavier Manzanares discusses two planets that players will explore along with how the new Spark Powers work.
7.1 GB is about what you'd expect from a Nintendo Switch game, but Sparks of Hope's file size is markedly larger than its predecessor's.
Travel the galaxy to save the Sparks from Cursa. The turn-based tactical strategy title is out on October 20th for Nintendo Switch.
Pre-orders go live today. A special gameplay showcase is also coming at 9 AM PT tomorrow on Ubisoft's YouTube and Twitch channels.
Ubisoft seems to have accidentally leaked the release date for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope on its own store page. The store page has since been taken down.
Multiple sources claim a gameplay reveal for the much-anticipated turn-based strategy title is set for a couple of days from now.
A journalist has claimed that the rumoured upcoming Nintendo Direct will be focused on third party titles, including announcements for Persona, Mario + Rabbids, and more.
Ubisoft's upcoming free-to-play titles will also "benefit" the company and are in the "final stages of development" with tests currently ongoing.
Noted leaker NateTheHate previously reported on a potential delay into 2023 but it seems the turn-based strategy title is back on track.
Ubisoft has provided a brief outline of what its output is going to look like for the coming fiscal year, including the relentlessly-delayed Skull and Bones.
A known leaker has claimed that Ubisoft's turn-based tactics title Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope might not hit its 2022 launch window.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is being developed by a team of over 300 people to support the game's "much bigger ambitions."
Legendary composer Grant Kirkhope, who also composed the music for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, is returning for the sequel.
The leaked sequel has now been officially announced, and will take players on a galaxy-spanning journey with several familiar characters.
A sequel to the turn-based tactics has been revealed and detailed prematurely ahead of its official announcement, probably at Ubisoft Forward later today.
A notable leaker has suggested that a new Mario + Rabbids game is in development at Ubisoft, set to release as a Switch exclusive.
The Italy-based Ubisoft studio is looking to hire new people to work on a new big-budget game.