Nintendo released a new trailer for Mario Strikers: Battle League, confirming the characters, free DLC content, and a roadmap for future updates.
Fans were pretty excited after the reveal of Mario Strikers: Battle League earlier this year, which brought the chaotic soccer game back after its final release in 2007. As expected, Battle League has delivered. For fans of the classic, fast-paced gameplay, with fierce fighting, rebounding, and top shots. This latest installment also adds new features like Hyper Strike visuals as well as a greater focus on online play.
For so much pre-release excitement, the reception for Mario Strikers: Battle League doesn’t seem so stellar post-launch. While critics and fans alike found a lot to like about the fast-paced action title, the consensus is that the game ultimately lacks content and things to do other than play a match with you. friends at home, tournament or play online. With a small list of characters and stadiums to choose from, many had hoped that Nintendo would continue to enhance the experience through post-launch content. Although the news was scant, Nintendo has finally answered that question.
A new trailer for Mario Strikers: Battle League has finally surfaced and confirms that Nintendo has bigger plans ahead for the game. The first free update will launch on July 21 and adds a bunch of new content including characters like Princess Daisy and Shy Guy. Daisy is a highly technical character who won’t be taken down easily, while Shy Guy is positioned as a strong character, with the ability to choose equipment being a key factor.
Also, the first update includes the new Knight Gear which adds +2 Strength, +1 Shooting and Passing, but removes 2 points in Speed and Technique. Finally, players can play on the new Desert Ruin stadium for quick matches or set it as a Club stadium. Better yet, it comes in three variants that can be unlocked with in-game currency. While no information has been provided, it’s reasonable to assume that updates 2 and 3 will also feature two new characters, along with a new set of equipment and stadiums.
While the new stream of content will please fans who are asking for new characters, the question remains as to whether anything else is planned after 2022. New characters and gear will go a long way to mixing up the current meta for online matches. there’s still a list of things players want to see added to Mario Strikers: Battle League in the future. This ranges from smaller additions like saving squads of specific characters to larger features like more game modes, match types or new rules to keep things fresh after every match. fight.
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