Each player has just three available actions per turn, and how you decide to invest them is a big part of the strategy here.
Tomorrow (Dec. 8, 2017) Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle receives a free update - a new local Versus mode where two players will use their tactical skills to play against each other on the same screen (sharing a pair of Joy-Con controllers or using the Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers) to fight on unique and evolving battlefields.
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"'Versus' challenges players to handpick their three-hero squads and use every attack and technique available to them to claim victory across small, surprise-filled maps", Ubisoft's Mikel Reparaz said in an announcement on the UbiBlog. Those actions aren't per character - you have three total, meaning in some cases you may only use one hero per turn.
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. You've got to be particularly strategic with the way you plan out your moves, because less is more here.
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It's a much-needed addition to the excellent single-player antics of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, so if you've got some time tomorrow and want to spend some time on your Switch, you could do a lot worse than grabbing this free update.
Ubisoft announce a new local versus mode for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
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The mode will also feature adjustable options per match including timers, time or even removing all the items as you see fit.