Nintendo Switch

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Gold Edition Now Available On eShop

Nintendo has listed Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Gold Edition on their website and it is now available on the US eShop. The game is at a $79.99 price point and as well as giving players extra content like eight new solo missions, the description also hints to a new, exclusive world that will feature a new character. Fundamentally, the gold edition comes with access to the season pass that can also be bought separately if you have the standard edition.

Gold Edition includes game and season pass:

  • 8 new solo challenges + 5 co-op maps
  • 16 new weapons.
  • An exclusive world featuring a new hero, coming in early 2018.

The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the chaotic Rabbids into this once-peaceful land. To restore order, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi must team up with a whole new crew: four Rabbids heroes!

Together, they will battle with weapons through four worlds filled with combat, puzzles, and unpredictable enemies. Developed exclusively for the Nintendo Switch™ system, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the best of the Mario and Rabbids franchises, combining all that you love about Mario’s iconic universe with the side-splitting antics of the Rabbids.

Source

Advertisements

12 comments

    1. If you bought the base game & the season pass separately from the eShop, it’d come up to $79.98 when not counting taxes. And that pixel pack & ultra challenge pack are included with the season pass. So you aren’t paying 10 bucks more.

      Like

      1. I could’ve sworn the price of the season pass was the same as BotW at $20. The pixel weapons actually came with my physical copy. It’s the steampunk weapons that are DLC.

        Like

      2. The base game is $59.99 & the season pass is $19.99. Go ahead & add them up. They’ll come to $79.98. If taxes weren’t a thing, you’d only be paying an extra cent if you got the Gold Edition instead of buying them separately. (You’d actually pay more buying them separately thanks to taxes being added to them as two separate purchases.)

        Like

    1. After buying a few season passes for Ubisoft games, I can attest that this is most likely not the case. EA is most likely guilty of this, though.

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s