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Donkey Kong and Mario team up in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom battle

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will soon introduce a new playable hero, Donkey Kong, in upcoming downloadable content. 

Donkey Kong will be featured in an original story, taking place in a new world. 

Donkey Kong is exclusive to this brand new adventure and is planned for an autumn 2018 release.

The DLC will available as part of the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Season pass or can be purchased as stand-alone content.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the story of an unexpected encounter between the most famous video game character, Mario, and the irreverent and chaotic Rabbids as they join forces to restore the Mushroom Kingdom, which has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex.  

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is already available on Nintendo Switch.

This game really found its footing last year and was a surprise hit.

It is a blend of the cartoony fun from the Mario universe and the serious tactical gameplay from Xcom. 

Thus the game got a lot of love from kids and adults alike.

Players explore a vast world, solve puzzles and defeat unpredictable enemies on the battlefield.

Players use new weapons and gameplay to engage in turn-based combat with their foes.

Each character has a dedicated arsenal to help them fight against a variety of enemies.

You can check out the DLC trailer here:

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