Rayman is making a "exciting DLC trip" to Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.
While the game isn''t available until the end of next month, Ubisoft has confirmed that "the wacky Rabbids and Rayman reunite to [...] take on even more tactical fun when the Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope DLC arrives post-launch."
The reveal teaser, although a teaser is just it''s no gameplay as yet, I''m afraid:
This sequel to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle takes place in a "whimsical" and breathtaking new galaxy. Within its orbit, float worlds of autumnal colour, frozen snow, and sandy beaches, like a Mario Galaxy game in miniature.
Grant Kirkhope, a returning ex-Rare veteran, will deliver Sparks of Hope''s songs, as the composer revealed last year, and Gareth Coker and Yoko Shimomura, both from Kingdom Hearts and Mario & Luigi.
The whole game is expected to be released on Nintendo Switch on 20th October. As yet, there is no definitive date for the Rayman DLC expansion.
Ubisoft forward is a follow-up to the game''s last night announcements, but the evening was dominated by teases for two blockbuster Assassin''s Creed projects, with codename Red set in feudal Japan, while Codename Hexe is influenced by European witchcraft.
Assassin''s Creed Mirage is expected to be released next year by Ubisoft, who is already developing a couple of mobile game projects.