Mario Strikers: Battle League

Mario Strikers: Battle League Last Free Update Launches Tomorrow

Nintendo and developer Next Level Games announced that the third free update for Mario Strikers: Battle League will launch on December 13 and will be the final free update for the game. The update will add the playable characters Bowser Jr. and Birdo, along with the new Shellfish Gear and the new Urban Rooftop stadium. An announcement trailer was also released. Mario Strikers: Battle League is available now for Nintendo Switch.

The full details via Nintendo can be seen below:

New Playable Characters

Bowser Jr. – Balanced player who assists with accurate passes.

Birdo – Offensive force with powerful and precise shots.

New Gear: Shellfish Gear – Improves speed and technique.

New Stadium: Urban Rooftop – Use it for quick matches or set it as your club stadium.

The game’s details:

Tackle, Pass, and Score in Battle Soccer with the Mushroom Kingdom Gang

Introducing Strike, a five-on-five, soccer-like sport with no rules—do whatever it takes to win! Get gritty and try to score the most goals by tackling enemies, using items, and pulling off score-boosting special shots. Super Mario series mainstays like Peach, Toad, and Yoshi put their cleats (and stats) to the pitch and will stop at nothing to score. Customize your characters with gear that can augment their stats and appearance. Take the carnage online* or pass the ball to players locally—just look out for the electric fence.

Join an Online Club to Push and Shove Your Way up the Ranks

Band together with up to 20 strikers online and compete against other clubs for points. Find the right club for you, team up with friends, and bring your own striker style to the table. Strive to become the world’s top club each season!

Pummel the Pitch With up to Eight Players

Eight players can go for the goal on one Nintendo Switch system, with local wireless, or online. Bring along a secondary striker on the same system in online battles, too. Locally, four players on each team can go cleat-to-cleat in individual matches.

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