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Mario Strikers: Battle League Revealed, Trailer Scores June Release Date

Mario Strikers: Battle League is a sequel to the GameCube original soccer spinoff, and it’s coming to Nintendo Switch with a release date of June 10, 2022. An announcement trailer for the long-awaited follow-up premiered as part of today’s February 2022 Nintendo Direct, showing off a cartoony cinematic video before upping the ante with full-on gameplay footage. You can watch the video below for a better look at Mario, Bowser, Donkey Kong, and the rest of the roster.

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Players can customize characters with gear to go into each match with favorable stats. Additional new features include the online Club mode and the all-powerful Hyper Strike move. Preorders for Mario Strikers: Battle League are available now. There are a few months to go until launch. Until then, you can watch today’s Nintendo Direct below.


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