Soliani: Switch Will Run Mario + Rabbids at 900p@30 FPS Docked and 720p@30FPS in Portable Mode

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The upcoming Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for the Nintendo Switch will run at 900p and 30FPS in docked mode. In portable mode, the game will run at 720p and 30 frames per second.

The game’s creative director, Davide Soliani, confirmed this through Twitter recently when asked about the game’s resolution and framerate in portable mode.

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Nintendo and Ubisoft officially announced the turn-based combat adventure during this year’s E3 event. The game features characters such as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi, and four Rabbids heroes: Rabbid Mario, Rabbid Luigi, Rabbid Peach, and Rabbid Yoshi.

In the main campaign for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, players will form a team of three unique characters, customizing their abilities via each character’s dedicated skill tree to form the perfect trio. In the game’s additional co-op challenges, players team up with a friend in local multiplayer, where they’ll play three levels of difficulty, taking on adversaries as a team. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will take advantage of the ability of Nintendo Switch to be played anywhere, anytime and is fully functioning on the go for both solo and co-op players.

“We are huge fans of Mario and are honored to be entrusted by Nintendo to create a new Rabbids Nintendo Switch game featuring Mario and friends,” said Xavier Poix, Managing Director French Studios at Ubisoft. “It was very important to us to stay true to the legendary characters Nintendo has created, but also to create a new experience for fans of Mario and the Rabbids alike. In order to restore the Mushroom Kingdom and come out victorious, Mario and the Rabbids will need to work together as a team and it’s from their differences that they will get their strengths.”

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will release exclusively for the Nintendo Switch later this month on August 29.

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